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Dave Drain Band to headline at charity music night in Saxmundham

PUBLISHED: 16:32 10 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:32 10 October 2018

The Dave Drain Band will be performing at a charity night in Saxmundham Picture: DAVE DRAIN BAND

The Dave Drain Band will be performing at a charity night in Saxmundham Picture: DAVE DRAIN BAND


Tickets are on sale for a charity music night to boost the funds of an organisation which provides social activities and life skills training to support young adults with learning disabilities.

The Dave Drain Band will be providing some retro 60s rock ‘n’ roll, pop and country music at the event on Saturday, October 13, at 7.30pm at Saxmundham Market Hall.

The aim is for a fun music evening to suit all tastes and raise funds for Saxmundham-based social enterprise PASTEL, the activities of which provides respite for both its clients and their parent carers and siblings, all day on Saturdays twice a month.

Fellow local social enterprise SMART (Saxmundham Music & Art CIC) will be supporting the event by providing a licensed bar and helping to promote it.

Tickets are £4 (£5 on the door) available from Crisps in Saxmundham High Street or by calling 07873 790366.

For more details visit the Sax Music Fest website or PASTEL to find out more about the work of PASTEL.

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