Big noise for charity
A PUB in West Wick is aiming to hit the right note and make a Big Noise.
The Bucket and Spade, in Yew Tree Drive, is calling on locals to dig out working but unwanted musical instruments which will benefit youngsters across the UK through dedicated music therapy charities.
The charity drive is aimed at helping The Big Noise, which is launching next week, themed around World Music Day.
Manager Emma Wright said: “Music is ideal for bringing communities together and this project will do exactly that.
“We hope all our customers will get behind the campaign and donate their music makers.”
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The charities which will be helped include Brainwave, which provides support for children with Cerebral Palsy, Autism and Developmental Delay, several National Autistic Society schools working with children with autism and Asperger syndrome and the Rainbow Centre, which offer therapy to bereaved children.
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