Music fans are invited to join the Mayor of Chorley for his Charity Band Night at the Filling Factory on Thursday 30 November.
The night will see performances from two local upcoming bands, The Jake Heaton Band and The Jonny Oates Band to raise money for the Mayor’s chosen charities; Young Addaction and Lancashire Mind.
The Mayor of Chorley, Councillor Mark Perks, said: “I am really looking forward to the night and hope that many others will join me for an evening of fantastic music in a great venue whilst supporting charities which provide vital services for local people.
“Tickets are limited so I would urge people to buy their tickets in advance to avoid missing out”.
Young Addaction supports those who are under the age of 25 with a range of issues including substance misuse, mental health and domestic abuse and Lancashire Mind works to improve mental wellbeing and stop misconceptions about mental health.
The event will take place in the Filling Factory which is a licenced bar attached to a bottling facility in Ordnance Road in Buckshaw Village.
The doors open at 7.30pm with the first band performing at 8.30pm. The Jonny Oates Band, a young rock jam band, was the 2017 winner of the ‘Last Band Standing’ at the Ferret in Preston. The Jake Heaton Band is a three piece indie/alt rock band.
Tickets to the event are £5 and can be purchased from the Filling Factory in Buckshaw Village or from Paula Brindle at Chorley Town Hall. They can also be purchased on the door subject to availability.
For more information or tickets contact Paula Brindle on 01257 515113 or firstname.lastname@example.org.