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Charity event will support three of the region’s charities

Three charities will be supported at a event designed to raise money where three local bands will perform. Photo: Sue Bignell Photograpy

Three charities will be supported at a event designed to raise money where three local bands will perform. Photo: Sue Bignell Photograpy

Sue Bignell Photograpy

Three charities will be supported at an event designed to raise money to help run them by seeing a trio of local bands performing songs.

Three charities will be supported at a event designed to raise money where three local bands will perform. Photo: Sue Bignell PhotograpyThree charities will be supported at a event designed to raise money where three local bands will perform. Photo: Sue Bignell Photograpy

Bands Wypeout, Lowrider and The Glamtastics all have in common their desire to fundraise - but they also all have members who work for Beactive Mobility Ltd in Norwich, Great Yarmouth, and Lowestoft.

All three groups will play for free on Saturday, May 13, at The Talk, Oak Street, Norwich in support of Lowestoft RNLI, East Anglian Air Ambulance, and Motor Neurone Research.

Compère Pat Nearey will also interview a person from each of the three good causes during the night, so they can highlight their issues with funding and the service they provide.

The charity event will start at 7.45pm, with tickets at £10 in advance from The Talk, or any Beactive Mobility shop.

Tickets can also be purchased for £15 on the door on the night.

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