Group pleased with the success of charity single
THE Hampshire Skinhead Association has celebrated success from its first charity single.
The group released the single late last month, coveringÂ '˜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-founderÂ Keith Thripp said: '˜The single has definitely been a success;Â we reached numberÂ 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.'