Rock’n’roll guitar concert raises £500 for Town 102’s Town Kids Trust in Ipswich

Town102's Wayne Bavin and head of Ipswich Guitar School Richard Deyn join four of the youngest perfo

Town102's Wayne Bavin and head of Ipswich Guitar School Richard Deyn join four of the youngest performers on stage at Trinity Park - Credit: Archant

Rock’n’roll certainly wasn’t in short supply at Trinity Park last week as the Ipswich Guitar School’s charity concert raised more than £500 for charity.

The event, supported by the Orwell Park School rock band, saw musicians aged from just a few years old to over 60 take to the stage to perform in front of an audience of friends and family.

More than £500 was raised for Town 102’s Town Kids Trust.

Richard Deyn, school founder, said: “I thank all the performers for the hard work and dedication they have put in.

“It was a memorable night in which they learned to play in front of an appreciative audience, with a pro rock band.


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“This sort of experience is invaluable to them”.

For more information, visit www.ipswichguitarschool.com

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