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Music marathon this Saturday still needs three musicians
9:20am Wednesday 23rd October 2013 in News
A 24-HOUR music marathon is being held this Saturday (October 26) to raise money for victims of the war in Syria.
The event has been organised by Watchet resident Pete Stevenson, aka Pete the Poet to raise money for charity UNICEF.
Three more musicians are still needed for the marathon.
Pete said: “I really encourage everyone to come along throughout the day or night and bring all your friends and family.
“There will be a sitar player and the community rap starts at 2pm on Saturday; drums and shakers will be available for everyone, especially the children.
“It would be wonderful if people could bake and bring along cakes to offer the visitors food and it would raise more money.”
The 24-hour music marathon will be taking place in The Sanctuary, Watchet, starting at 10am on Saturday and finishing at 10am the following day.
Admission is free, however, donations would be welcome.
For more information or to get involved phone Pete on 01984-634984 or 07896 867799 or email him at email@example.com
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