Crosby cancer survivors raise thousands with charity music night
A music night organised by two Crosby men has raised almost £8,000 for a cancer charity.
Vince Killen, of Chestnut Avenue, and Dave Holmes, deputy head teacher at Holy Family High School, came together to create the Head-On 2010 music night to raise funds for the Mersey Regional Head and Neck Cancer Centre. The cause is particularly close to Vince and Dave’s hearts as both are currently recovering from tongue cancer.
- The Jez Grew Experience
- Xander & the Peace Pirates
- Crowded Scouse
- plus other special guests.
A brilliant night was had on Friday, the 15th October 2010 at the Pan-Am Bar, Albert Dock
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