MP joins crowds at Brent Knoll fundraising concert
MP Tessa Munt was among hundreds of people who attended a successful
fundraising Christmas concert in Brent Knoll on Saturday night
evening of live music was held at Westcroft Cider Farm featuring
The Cliff Moore Rock Band, So Watt featuring former Mungo Gerry
drummer Jamei Roberts, and solo performer Nathaniel Topping.
event was a great success and enjoyed by the big crowds,"
one of the organisers, Cllr John Woodman, told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
"The auction of a signature guitar played by 'Red Hot Chili
Peppers' bass guitarist Flea raised £350."
The event raised funds for the charity Amend, the Association
for Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Disorders.
The Cliff Moore rock band in action and, top, Ritchie Blake,
John Woodman, Jack Ward, Tessa Munt and Cliff Moore at Saturday's
So Watt were among the groups entertaining the crowds to raise
money for charity
John Woodman, Ritchie Blake (Cliff Moore band bassist) and
John Denbee on stage during the auction (Pics: Mike Lang)