Locks Heath musical night helps charity

Fareham MP Suella Fernandes, second right, and Minister of State for Schools The Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP, centre, with representatives from Portchester Community School  and Henry Cort Community College

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BANDS took to the stage to raise money for a charity that supports people with autism.

The event was held at Locks Heath Working Men’s Club in Park Gate and raised £500 for charity Autism Hampshire.

The gig saw live entertainment from six bands, many of whom were pupils at Brookfield Community School, Sarisbury Green. Bands that played on the night were Los Kyoto, Sierra Polar, Chocolate Grit, Atlantic, Capital Fuzz and Amy Marsden.Organiser Tracey Williams said: ‘We’re pleased to say £500 was raised for Autism Hampshire, which is a huge amount for such a small event but it was great to have a meaningful reason behind a fun night.’

All the money raised will go to Autism Hampshire’s work, helping people with the lifelong developmental disability.

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