Kat Dormer and Mark Hinkley will be hosting a charity quiz night at Buccaneers Bar, East Street Crediton from 8pm on the 28th August.
The event has been organised in support of the charities Specialized projects support; local business have provided sponsorship so that cash prizes can be won. Bearing this in mind, if your business is able to sponsor or donate items for the raffle please contact Kat via email@example.com
If you cannot sponsor or donate then please just get a team together! A team can be a maximum of 4 people and costs only £5.00 per person - just make sure you arrive before 8pm! All support, no matter how great or small, will be greatly appreciated.
The charities being fund-raised for at this event are Teenage Cancer Trust and The National Youth Music Foundation. Both do amazing work and you may have already heard of The National Youth Music Foundation - they supported a Daisi Soundwaves Youth Music Musical Inclusion Project at Okehampton College with The Turning Tides Project.
All money raised will go to the charities and all the Specialized team do what they do voluntarily. Further details of the Specialized Project can be found on their web site.
Specialized are an award winning, UK based organization that aim to improve the lives of teenagers and young adults with cancer. Specialized are now in their fourth year and are supported by Roger Daltrey, Phil Jupitus and the members of Madness. They call upon musicians to come together to record and perform covers of bands such as The Specials, The Beat and most recently Madness. Fans and bands come together across the country at a series of events to celebrate a shared love of music and raise money for charities such as The Teenage Cancer Trust.
This year Specialized are supported by The Clash who are lending their name to the Combat Cancer Campaign which culminates in a flagship festival held each November.
If you would like to know more about the Specialized Project please check out their website: www.thespecialized project.co.uk
Written and Published by Dom Palfreman