Hog roast and jazz on the lawn


Everyone is welcome to attend Rita and Eric Trotman’s home, Longcombe Farm, from 1pm on Sunday 19th June.

Tickets are £20 for the day and include a hog roast lunch and a cream tea.


This will be an afternoon of fun, fine food and great entertainment. There will be a jazz band and singer-guitarist, our very own Chris Noble, who will be singing and playing during the day.

Proceeds will go partly towards a new portable liver scanner for Torbay and partly to the Joseph Foundation.

The Joseph Foundation is a registered charity, founded by Rita Trotman. Rita intended her visit to help Romanian orphans in 1991 to be a ‘one-off’ trip but it has become a life-time commitment. For over 20 years she has been taking aid to the children. She and Eric, her husband, raised money to buy a house for three abandoned teenagers who, today, live independent lives in their village community. This is a truly heart-warming story and I’m sure Rita will be happy to talk about it on the 19th if you would like to hear more.

Please see the poster attached and feel free to e-mail StLukesRA+Secretary1@Gmail.Com for further information.

Author: StLukesRA

St Luke's Residents' Association

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