Partying in a good cause

By David Newble

Friday, January 4, 2013

 

Partying in a good cause

The Wild Oats performing. Picture by Laura Holme.

MUSIC BESTIVAL curator Rob da Bank headlined a charity Christmas party at New Barn Farm, Calbourne, to raise funds for the Isle of Wight Youth Trust.

Other bands taking part in the event were the Soul Lounge and Wild Oats supported by Marlee King, daughter of Level 42 star Mark King, and Sarah Close.

As well as enjoying the music, party-goers were able to tuck into a hog roast.

• More pictures in the Friday, January 4, County Press.

Reporter: davidn@iwcpmail.co.uk

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