Louth based band, Hooks, are hosting a charity gig in support of St Barnabas Hospice, alongside special guests
Hooks will be hosting their charity gig on Sunday 30th April at 8pm, at Cobbles Bar, 2 New Street, Louth, LN11 9PU. They hope to raise some much needed money for local hospice, St Barnabas, and will be performing alongside Jasmine Lingard and Striped Sight.
As well as live music, there will also be a raffle and bar, and entry is free to all.
Amy Bailey, Community Events Fundraiser for St Barnabas Hospice, said:
“We are delighted that these local artists are doing their bit to help raise money for St Barnabas. We are reliant on the financial support our community provides, so that we can be there for more patients, their families and carers, every day of the year
“It is set to be a really enjoyable evening in Louth, and the acoustic music being performed can be enjoyed by people of all ages.”
Ellie, singer in Hooks, said:
“I am raising money for St Barnabas because it’s a well-known hospice and helps so many people, as well as their loved ones, when going through such a hard time in their life. Their vision and mission is truly heart-warming.
“St Barnabas is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year and I want to encourage and support this charity for the next 35 years and beyond.”
For further information or to make a donation please contact Amy Bailey on 07442 504 651 or email firstname.lastname@example.org