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Charities to benefit from Cowes pub gig

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Alan Marriott

@IWCPAlan

Monday, October 30, 2017 - 10:00

A night of music and fun at a Cowes pub is set to raise cash for two charities.

Naomi House children's hospice, near Winchester, and the British Heart Foundation will benefit from the November 9 event at The Anchor, put on by Naomi House supporter Joe Landy, of East Cowes, and Dana Edkins.

Ric Stanbridge, Damien Paul, Spike Oatley and Kev Sutton with Nathan Dove are among the musicians confirmed to appear.

And the Anchor is donating cash from every curry meal sold on the night to boost the coffers.

The event runs from 7pm to 11 pm and entrance is free, with a bucket collection for the two charities.

 


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