Pub music event for blood cancer
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A LIVE music event was held at a pub in Milton.
Windsorfest was organised by the Windsor Castle Bar and Restaurant in Upper Bristol Road.
It raised more than £200 for the Anthony Nolan Trust, which matches people willing to donate their blood cells or marrows with those in need of transplants.
James Carter, who helped to organise the event said: “My girlfriend Ruth Bale lost her sister to blood cancer, so the charity is close to our hearts.
“Ruth has done lots of fundraising, and raised nearly £20,000 in total, and we feel really strongly about the cause.”
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Visitors enjoyed live music from DHSS, The Lipinski Band and the Tone Commandments.
There was also a barbecue, collection buckets and T-shirts were sold to raise money for the charity.
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