Bands will rock out to raise cash for charity

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BANDS will be taking to the stage to raise money for a good cause at a charity concert.

The gig, on Saturday, will raise money for Autism Hampshire. Numerous bands, made up of students and alumni from Brookfield Community School, Sarisbury Green, will be playing.

These include North Division, Sierra Polar, Amy Marsden, Chocolate Grit, Atlantic and Capital Fuzz.

Organiser Tracy Williams, 58, said: ‘The gig is a chance for bands to display their talent while giving something to a good cause.’

The night will be held at Locks Heath Working Men’s Club, in Duncan Road, Park Gate.

All money raised will go to Autism Hampshire’s work supporting people with autism, which is a developmental disability that affects how a person communicates and relates to other people.

The night starts at 7.30pm. For more call 07906 626728.