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