Turning Music Into Money

A Radio Clatterbridge volunteer is hoping to turn music into money for another good cause.

Becky Hardman is organising a night in aid of The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.

The band (Credit: City Jazz Orchestra & Singers)

The Chester City Jazz Orchestra is performing at the event at Neston Civic Hall on 11th April 2015.

Scroll down to watch the band in full swing in Ireland

Becky, who can be heard on Live From The Bridge on Wednesday evenings, says all proceeds will go to the charity.

Tickets are £5 and are available on the door or in advance by emailing Becky here at beckyscharitynight at gmail.com

Anyone who can help with raffle prizes should also contact Becky at the same address.

 

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