Society helps make sweet music

Thursday 4th April 2013 10:00 pm
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Yorkshire Building Society's Tenby branch is supporting the fundraising mission of four local students who are hoping to raise money for the local special care baby unit.

The branch at Tower House, Tudor Square, has made a £250 donation to 'Rock for SCBU', a music event which four girls from the Tenby area are organising to raise funds for the hospital unit.

On April 12, five bands will perform free of charge at the mini music festival with all funds raised through ticket sales and sponsorship being donated to the Withybush Hospital baby unit.

"We think 'Rock for SCBU' is going to be a fantastic event and we are proud to be kicking-off the fundraising with this donation," said Sian Rees, manager of Yorkshire Building Society's Tenby branch.

"We are all incredibly impressed with the efforts the girls are going to in order to support the baby unit - and we are sure they will manage to raise a fantastic amount. We wish them the best of luck and we'll definitely be there to support them on the day."

The event has been organised by Caitlin Jones, Rebecca Hunt, Rhiannon Howells and Kelly Porteous.

Local bands set to play at the event include Daniel Glover, Beneath the Reef, Random Perception and Down with the Enemy. Another less local band 'Will Power' has also agreed to play and will be travelling from London just to perform at the charity concert.

The event is being held at The Queen's Hall in Narberth and tickets are £9 when purchased in advance from the box office and £11 on the door.

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