Posted by Dustin on June 24, 2013 at 01:10 PM CST
Rebelscum Reader Andy Preston reports:

"30th June 2013: The Exewing Fundraisers present Exewing Sci-Fi Day 2013, a one-day Science Fiction convention, at Pecorama, Underleys, Beer, Devon, England EX12 3NA. The day is held in aid of two charities: FORCE (cancer charity) and CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young).

Our special guests are; Jeremy Bulloch (Boba Fett from Star Wars), Sophie Aldred (Ace from Doctor Who), Nicholas Briggs (Doctor Who), Paul Blake (Star Wars) and Dan Barratt (Doctor Who).

Displays of original and replica Props & Costumes.
Star Wars, Doctor Who and Aliens costuming groups offering plenty of photo opportunities.
Take part in the many themed activities, including Bobaís Bounty Hunt, Sci-Fi Nature Trail, Spot the Monster, Sci-Fi Shooting Range.
Fancy Dress Competition - Adult (17 & above) and Child (16 and below).
Raffles, Tombolas and Prize Draws with Great Prizes to be won.
Traders selling a wide variety of merchandise, Toys, Collectables, DVDís and much more.

All situated above the stunning panoramic views of the East Devon Coastline, Pecorama itself is a joy to visit, with its Glorious Gardens, Miniature Steam Railway, Model Railway Exhibitions and many other attractions.

Ticketing and other info at www.exewing.co.uk and www.facebook.com/ExeWing"

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