Charity band night for dad hailed a great success

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A ROCK and roll band night raised £400 for charity.

The event at the Rifle Club, in Goldsmith Avenue, Fratton, was organised by Kathleen Woodman in memory of her dad Colin Quaintence who played in a rock and roll band in venues across the city.

All the money raised will be split between Pompey Strokes, and the National Association for Crohn’s and Colitis.

Kathleen, 27, of Morgan Road, Milton, said: ‘There was a great crowd and everyone really enjoyed the dancing.’

She would like to thank everyone involved with the fundraiser, especially Bryan Hatchard, Joanne Savage, Katie Budd, Lynda Tanner, Dave Allen, and everyone at Something Extra Special.

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