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“Pub regulars’ music night raises £1,000” – Gee Baby…

REGULARS at a Shirehampton pub shook their tailfeathers to raise more than £1,000 for Cancer Research. Julie Lark organised a night of music and revelry featuring local soul and funk band Gee Baby I Love You at the Hope and Anchor pub, where her 20-year-old daughter Kimberley is the landlady.

Mrs Lark, 47, lost both her parents to the disease which has prompted her to start raising funds for the cancer research charity. The band’s drummer Phil Yorke lost his father to cancer last Christmas and offered the band’s services for free to help pull in more money. The event which took place on Saturday, August 7, raised a total of £1,070. Many Thanks to all who supported the event

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