CELEBRATING HARRY BRING OUT THE FIZZ
Clyst Vale Community College recently held their annual day in celebration of Harry Patch. Each year they mark the day in 1917 when Harry was wounded during the First World War and his three best friends lost their lives. Started by head of history Heather Padden, every year students are encouraged to do something in recognition of Harry’s service. For this year’s Harry Patch Day, students raised £115 for his favourite charity, the RNLI by hosting a “Dress Up Smart for Harry” event, where students were asked to pay £1 to come to school wearing their smartest and most glamorous outfits. Independent estate agent, Chartsedge recently celebrated expanding its operation to Totnes with a launch party at its office in 35 Fore Street. Many fellow local business people and guests attended, enjoying a fun networking opportunity with fizz and delicious canapés prepared by The Kitchen Table.
Miles Kevin, co-founder of Chartsedge said: “We are delighted to have been able to bring our head office to Totnes and we are enjoying being based in the heart of the town. The party was a great way to let people know we are here, in spacious offices in a pretty courtyard and in true Totnes style hidden down a delightful alleyway in the middle of Fore Street.”