Published on 24th September 2014
Live music, food and a night at the Somerset Arms is the latest event set to raise money for the mayor’s charities on 26 September.
Local band ‘Onyx’ are set to perform at the pub on Moorend Street, where the mayor will be raising money for his two chosen charities: The Butterfly Garden and The Aston Project.
Tickets are available at £5 per person and the event takes place on Friday 26 September from 8pm until late. There will also be a disco after the live performance from Onyx.
Councillor Simon Wheeler, mayor of Cheltenham, said: “It would be great to see as many people as possible on Friday 26 September at the Somerset Arms. Not only will visitors be experiencing the fine local music Cheltenham has to offer, but they will also be contributing in helping two fantastic and really important charities.”
Tickets can be purchased from the Somerset Arms of from the Butterfly Garden on 01242 713068 or email [email protected].
For press enquiries, contact: Tom Wheatly, commissioning assistant, tel: 01242 775192 or email: [email protected]