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Pub music day on song for charity

PUBLISHED: 19:30 20 July 2019

Serena Grant performs at the Bay Horse music day Picture: RHL PHOTOGRAPHY

Serena Grant performs at the Bay Horse music day Picture: RHL PHOTOGRAPHY

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A day of live music at the Bay Horse pub in Sudbury that ranged from a punk band to a church choir raised nearly £1,000 for charity.

The crowd enjoy the sun and the music at the Bay Horse music day Picture: RHL PHOTOGRAPHYThe crowd enjoy the sun and the music at the Bay Horse music day Picture: RHL PHOTOGRAPHY

The pub, in Melford Road, staged the event, organised by regular Georgina Pearce and her friend Louise Gilbert, in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust, which works to improve the experience of young people aged 13-24 suffering from the disease.

Eight local bands and singers offered their services free of charge, while other attractions included a coconut shy, donkey rides and a raffle.

Georgina said: "It was a great day, everyone really enjoyed it and we raised £942 for the Teenage Cancer Trust, so a massive thank you to everyone who either came along or who helped."

Oz Taylor performs on stage at the Bay Horse music day Picture: RHL PHOTOGRAPHYOz Taylor performs on stage at the Bay Horse music day Picture: RHL PHOTOGRAPHY

The performers who took part were Serena Grant, Oz Taylor, Isabelle Nutton, Sushi & The Bad Cheese, Rockhouse, Alicia-Joanne Hall, Scotty Two Hottys and Sudbury & Youth Songsters.

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