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Gallery: School’s rock gig raises cash for charity

09:28 22 February 2013

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An annual rock concert at Culford School, near Bury St Edmunds, has raised £365 for a charity which helps vulnerable people through music.

C2013, which was produced entirely by pupils, featured acts performing genres as diverse as dubstep, death metal and indie, covering bands ranging from Fleetwood Mac to Five Star. Money raised is for Nordoff Robbins.

Culford physics teacher, Joshua Fox, said: “I am very proud that everyone worked so hard on the concert.”

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