Bands and DJs at Westward Ho! on Friday

THE Elizabethan in westward Ho! will rock on Friday (June 5) as North Devon musicians and DJs join forces to raise money for the Children's Hospice South West. Frequency, the James Gang and DJ Wendy will all keep the entertainment flowing between 8pm and

THE Elizabethan in westward Ho! will rock on Friday (June 5) as North Devon musicians and DJs join forces to raise money for the Children's Hospice South West.Frequency, the James Gang and DJ Wendy will all keep the entertainment flowing between 8pm and 1am.Everyone involved has been working hard to make the event a success and all entry money from the night will go to the hospice.The four-piece amalgamation of styles and sounds which is Frequency will headline the show, crossing the boundaries from rock and punk to indie, new wave and back again, with a captivating set.The band have been together for two years and play their own material alongside well-known crowd pleasers from bands such as Kings of Leon, Ramones, The Coral, Stereophonics and Wild Cherry.The six strong James gang will be moseying back into the lawless frontier of the 80s as they cover classic tracks from the likes of The clash, The Cure and The B52s, with some newer models thrown in for good measure.Wendy May completes the line up, fresh from the decks of the North Devon Comedy Club and North Devon Soul. Wendy will she will keep the party moving with her mix of Northern soul and funk. Some guests DJs could well show up on the night too.For tickets, costing �5, and information, contact Phil Saunders on 07967 021307 or email philwsaunders@hotmail.com. Tickets also available from Beats Workin' at Queen Street in Barnstaple plus On The Horizon at Butchers Row, Bideford. Alternatively, just turn up on the night!


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