Group pleased with the success of charity single

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THE Hampshire Skinhead Association has celebrated success from its first charity single.

The group released the single late last month, covering ‘54-46 Was My Number’ by Toots and the Maytals as part of an ongoing charity campaign for Combat Stress, a charity that supports armed forces veterans with PTSD.

Association co-founder Keith Thripp said: ‘The single has definitely been a success; we reached number on the iTunes Reggae charts and stayed in the top 20 for over two weeks.

‘We decided to choose the charity Combat Stress as many of our members suffer with PTSD and it is something which is close to our heart.’