HoH Campaign: Band raise more funds

PUBLISHED: 13:00 06 April 2006 | UPDATED: 11:39 04 May 2010

Pictured are, left to right: Wilburton Beer Festival treasurer Alan Bierley; Kevin Hennessy (chairman) Paul Massey (secretary), together with Ricky Warren and Brian Austin. Pam Austin holds the cheque.

Pictured are, left to right: Wilburton Beer Festival treasurer Alan Bierley; Kevin Hennessy (chairman) Paul Massey (secretary), together with Ricky Warren and Brian Austin. Pam Austin holds the cheque.

EAST Cambridgeshire band ERROR 404 have kindly donated £473.45 to the Ely Standard s Help Our Hospice Campaign. The money was raised from two concerts. The first at Stuntney Social Social Club raised £211 and a performance at Little Downham Village Hall l

EAST Cambridgeshire band ERROR 404 have kindly donated £473.45 to the Ely Standard's Help Our Hospice Campaign.

The money was raised from two concerts. The first at Stuntney Social Social Club raised £211 and a performance at Little Downham Village Hall last Saturday garnered a further £262.45.

Lead guitarist Shaun Jordan said: "We thought it was important to raise as much money as we can for something local that does a lot of good for our community."

ERROR 404 are Shaun Jordan, Mark Gilbert, James O'Kane and David Rawling.

# BIG-HEARTED beer drinkers from Wilburton donated generously to our appeal, raising £400. The cash was raised last year's Wilburton Beer Festival, held at the recreation ground in the village last June.

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