bands raise £800 for Teenage Cancer Trust
£800 was raised for a cancer charity when a successful fundraising
concert was held in Burnham-On-Sea on Friday evening (April 30th).
of people flocked to the event at The Railway Inn in the High
Street, which raised a total of £816 for the Teenage Cancer
young bands and an accoustic soloist played at the event, along
with popular local group the Ginger Hitlas.
Jordan Hills, from Busy Backgrounds, told Burnham-On-Sea.com:
"The gig was fantastic! All the bands, including our own,
performed at their best for such a great cause, and everybody
else involved did a brilliant job."
target I hoped we would raise was £100-£200, and we
absolutely smashed that target by raising £816 profit! The
attendance was greater than we expected too."
Grip & Camera (Acoustic Soloist) and Kids From the Summer
(from Weston) produced very enjoyable sets."
were fantastic too - performing their first public performance
and they received positive feedback from the audience. My Lost
Obsession write their own songs and delivered them brilliantly."
Backgrounds, my band, took take the stage and performed what was
said to be one of their best ever performances according to people
in the audience."
Ginger Hitlas also gave one of their usual fun and entertaining
performances, which got everyone up and dancing. Overall, an outstanding
added that he was inspired to hold the event by Roger Daltrey
of 'The Who' who puts on concerts every year at The Royal Albert
such a great charity which helps and meet the needs for Teenagers
with cancer and I'm glad us teenagers could contribute to helping