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Waggon and Horses in Elstree to hold music day for NSPCC
A pub will rock next weekend in aid of a children’s charity.
The Waggon and Horses in Elstree will play host to an afternoon of music next Sunday to raise money for the NSPCC.
Organised by local band Jam Waggon, the event is open to all singers and musicians who want to come along and show off their skills.
There will be a raffle with some prizes to be won, including an Ibanez Superstrat-style electric guitar worth around £400.
Mark Anthony Adams, who plays lead guitar and sings backing vocals for Jam Waggon, said it was a family event and he was keen for younger musicians to come along.
He added: “We chose the NSPCC because it is a wonderful cause and very much needed in the fallout of Operation Yewtree when more people are coming forward with their stories of sexual abuse as children.
“It happens to be the pub’s chosen charity too.”
There will be a stage on which people can perform and most of the event will take place outside.
He added: “The Waggon and Horses is an excellent place, a gastro pub by day and a rock venue by night.
“We are keen to have as many people as long as possible to make it a fun day to remember and raise as much as we can for a good cause.”
The event starts at 2pm and runs until 8pm.
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