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News from Ellacombe and Plainmoor

By tgwynne  |  Posted: February 28, 2013

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ELLACOMBE  Community Partnership in partnership with the Acorn Centre Barton are currently in the process of recruiting two  youth workers and a community engagement youth worker for Ellacombe, due to their successful application for funding from the Torbay Youth Fund.
 If you are interested read below.
The two youth workers would be required to work two three hour sessions per week to be confirmed. Youth work experience is required.
The Community Engagement Youth Worker is a 10 hours a week post to  work in the Ellacombe area. For an application form telephone the Ellacombe Community Partnership on   07961  942402 or email: ellacombecf@hotmail.co.uk. CRB  checks will be required.

IN Plainmoor, local resident Ken Stone  hopes to be in top form as  Rocking Ken  for a variety of charity events happening in the future.
Ken will be rocking among other singers  lending their support to Torbay Prostate Cancer Association at the George Inn, Babbacombe on Friday March 29 and hopes  you will join them.
Chairman of the Torbay Prostate Cancer Association (www.tpsa.org.uk) Peter Hosking will be attending the event, which starts at 7.30pm for 8pm. Free entry, donations welcome.
 Singers for the event include Jim Hopkinson, Kathleen, Dave Clements, Rocking Ken, Barry, Eddie Beaumont and Tony 'Spinner' Pearn, Britain's Got Talent singing sensation who  made it through the second round of the country's biggest TV talent competition after cartwheeling and singing in front of millions of viewers on national television in 2010.

Rocking Ken will also be singing at Brixham Theatre on Friday April 12, starting at 7.30pm at the BATS Aloud Gala Concert set to raise money for Brixham Theatre with fellow musicians 6T Plus, Martyn Paddon, Rebecca Clifton, Alison and Mike Bradley and compere Jim Hopkinson. Tickets £8, telephone 01803 850899.

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