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Charities receive proceeds from music festival Knipfest

Knipfest organisers John Copley, Richard Hart, Phil Noon and Johnnie Watchorn hand over cheques with the proceeds of Knipfest. Also pictured are Lynn Copley from St Barnabas Hospice, Debbie Fitzgerald from Cancer Research, and Chris Gatfield from Dove Hospice.

Knipfest organisers John Copley, Richard Hart, Phil Noon and Johnnie Watchorn hand over cheques with the proceeds of Knipfest. Also pictured are Lynn Copley from St Barnabas Hospice, Debbie Fitzgerald from Cancer Research, and Chris Gatfield from Dove Hospice.

Organisers of Knipfest have presented cheques to the charities chosen to benefit from the annual concert in the Vale of Belvoir.

Held this year on July 5, the music festival in Knipton attracted more than 1,000 people, and featured several popular local bands.

The event raised more tha £12,000, which was split between St Barnabas Hospice, Cancer Research and Dove Hospice.

Organisers John Copley, Richard Hart, Phil Noon and Johnnie Watchorn are pictured with charity representatives Lynn Copley from St Barnabas Hospice, Debbie Fitzgerald from Cancer Research, and Chris Gatfield from Dove Hospice.

The date for next year’s big event has already been set – it is June 27.

 

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