Music Festival Raises Funds for Cancer Charity

Well done to the Cusworth Music Festival team

Organisers of the Cusworth 2010 Music Festival held a charity night at Sprotbrough Country Club to formally hand over monies raised to The Aurora Centre.

£4,000 was raised at the festival held at Cusworth Park in August.

The organisers, Trish and Chris Wood and Steve and Tracey Glover, handed over the cheque to Vanessa Coley, daughter of the late Val Lepedat, a founder member of The Aurora Centre, at a celebratory evening of musical entertainment on Thursday 18th November.

Trish, Chris, Steve and Tracey would like to thank everyone who contributed to the Festival and to everyone who came along to support it.

Trish said: “It was a fantastic day, a huge success and the atmosphere was electric. We are looking to repeat the festival again next year so watch this space for information.”

All money raised will go to The Aurora Centre which provides complimentary therapies to patients undergoing treatments for cancer based at Doncaster Royal Infirmary and Mexborough Montagu Hospital.

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Cusworth Music Festival

Abba tribute band Twice as Nice 'tune up' for the forthcoming Cusworth Music Festival on the 29th August 2010

Glam Rockers at Cusworth Hall

This month, Cusworth Hall will welcome 70s Glam Rockers, The Sweet who will headline the new Cusworth Music Festival.

The festival will take place on Sunday 29th August from 12 to 11pm with an outdoor stage hosting bands playing a mix of blues, rock, indie and pop. The event has been organised by 4 local residents to raise money for local cancer charity The Aurora Centre.

Councillor Cynthia Ransome, Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods and Regulatory/Customer Services said, “Cusworth is an ideal venue for events like this. I wish the event organisers the best of luck with the event and I hope it helps to raise lots of money for the Aurora Centre.”

Other bands performing at the music extravaganza are Ed Blaney’s “Ultimate Bowie”, Screaming Eagles (Graham Oliver and Paul Johnson from Saxon), Stafford Galli, Doncaster’s rising stars The Wallbirds, classic rock cover band Whizzkid, UV Pop, Retention Method and ABBA tribute act Twice as Nice.

Food and drink will be available on the day, plus camping at £5.00 per tent, as well as fun fair rides to ensure a great atmosphere and a fantastic day out. The day is being supported by Sine FM 102.6 with tickets available online through also from Cusworth Hall, Doncaster Tourist Information Centre, The Dome and the Civic Theatre at just £10 each.

For more information contact: Trish Wood

Telephone:            07738838022



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