St. Anne's Church performed their annual variety show to a full house on Sunday, 8th October.
Eight drama and musical acts were performed by church members, ranging in age from six to eighty plus, including a conjurer who left the audience baffled.
The culmination of the show was a heavily abbreviated version of Lorna Doone, the romance of Exmoor, performed by younger church members.
The picture shows the cast including Lorna (standing left), her rescuer John Ridd and the evil Carver Doone (Olivia King, standing right) who also directed the play.
The show raised £230 pounds on behalf of Better Lives 4 Syrian Children, a Christian charity based in Beirut which operates among Syrian refugees.