Titchfield gig backs call to end human trafficking

Harriet Lee, 16

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LIVE music will be playing to stop human trafficking at a concert next month.

The gig will be raising money for Hope for Justice, a charity which rescues victims of human trafficking.

It also trains profesionals to help end modern-day slavery.

A variety of music will be played to raise money for the cause, from the Brazillian tunes of Bat2K to the Southampton Ukulele Jam.

The event is taking place at Locks Heath Free Church, Hunts Pond Road, Titchfield Common on Saturday, November 8.

Tickets are avalible £5 
for adults and free for under-16s.

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