Bressingham band Night raised £6,200 to help local children
The charity band night was held at Bressingham Steam Museum on Saturday 6th October 2018 in aid of ‘Nature and Nuture’ charity and was a big success with music fans.
Lou Hines, the organiser of the event said, “to have increased our donation to Nature and Nuture from £5,000 last year to £6,200 this year brought tears to my eyes.
One of the local girls who has been helped by Nature and Nurture said to me on the night, ‘I know that I would not be here if it had not been for the support I received from Ryan and his team at Nature and Nurture’. When you hear something like this direct from a ‘survivor’ it makes all the hard work and all the efforts and generosity of so many people so worthwhile. This is direct help to local children in our community’
Lou said, ‘band night raises so much because of the generosity of so many people. The bands play for nothing, the sound and lighting crew donate their equipment and expertise and The Cock In and The Oaksmere sponsored the bar, which itself was supplied free of charge by The Burston Crown. There are too many others to thank but they know who they are and what they did – all focussed on helping our community”
The event held in the main museum buildings at Bressingham Steam Museum was headlined by Bloodshake Chorus and also featured Thy last Drop, Death Rattle, and Diss band Cabras.
Images: Photographer Jerry Tye