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Party in the Waggon and Horses in Elstree for NSPCC
Musical stars of the future showcased their talents at a fundraising music day.
The Waggon and Horses in Allum Lane Elstree threw open its doors to guitarists, singers and drummers of all ages during an open mic event to raise money for the NSPCC.
Orgnanised by Elstree band Jam Waggon, the event on Sunday raised £200, which will go towards combating cruelty to children.
Mark Anthony Adams, who plays lead guitar and sings backing vocals for the band, said the day had been a “huge success.”
He said: “There was a great atmosphere with youngsters ranging 11 to 17 years old showcasing their musical talents.”
The fine weather meant musicians were able to play on a stage in the pub’s garden.
Jam Waggon then played a few sets to round the evening off.
The guitarist added: “It was a wonderful day for both the NSPCC and for the support of 'live' music.”
A representative for NSPCC said: “On behalf of the charity, thank you to everyone who took part, attended and also organised the event. Great job.”
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