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Th’Unknown are back with a bang!!

A few years ago a group of guys got together to learn to play guitar at evening class at a local School and ended up forming a group called the Th’Unknown.  Last year they did their first gig to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society.  On the 20th November 2015 they played their second gig to a packed house at the Bryn Labour Club, Ashton in Makerfield in Wigan.

 

The band, consisting of Tony Ward, Tony Danson, Dave Grant, Roger Ennis, Mike Jones, Bill Edwards, Graham Vernon, Steve Hitchen and producer and guru Mark Goulding have worked tirelessly over the past few months to perfect their set.  Their blood sweat and tears paid off on Friday night with a stella performance to a packed crowd.

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A fantastic £665 was raised from ticket sales, a hot-pot supper and a raffle which was all donated to the Alzheimer’s Society to help in their battle against Alzheimer’s disease.

This brings our ‘Worried About My Daddy’ Alzheimer’s campaign total to a massive £13,204.60.

Please visit our Just Giving Page at:                             https://www.justgiving.com/worriedaboutmydaddy to see the latest updates and/or to make a donation.

It was a fantastic evening of entertainment and humour and a brilliant time was had by all.  We would like to give a massive thanks to Tony Ward for organizing the event and Th’Unknown for all their hard work over the past few months.  We would also like to thank everyone helping out on the night. Special mention to Taiye Lopez http://colourasmile.com for some fantastic photos, a selection of which are below.

 

Best Wishes
The Worried About My Daddy  Team
 
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2 Responses to Th’Unknown are back with a bang!!

  1. Paula says:

    Everyone had a brilliant evening. Who knew raising money could be so much fun? Also, thanks for the selection boxes for the little ones – that was a lovely touch, Niamh was thrilled that she ‘won’ a prize in the raffle!

    • admin says:

      Thanks for those kind words Paula, glad you enjoyed the night we certainly did. And of course it was all for a great cause.

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