Sidmouth Lions concert raises £600 for Force

PUBLISHED: 17:30 19 June 2018

Sarah Daniels, Head of Income Generation for FORCE, was welcomed by Sidmouth Lions to the Anchor Inn to receive the £600 cheque from Lion President Mike Sycamore who was accompanied by fellow Sidmouth Lions and Christina Brodie, the wife of Keith Brodie.

Sarah Daniels, Head of Income Generation for FORCE, was welcomed by Sidmouth Lions to the Anchor Inn to receive the £600 cheque from Lion President Mike Sycamore who was accompanied by fellow Sidmouth Lions and Christina Brodie, the wife of Keith Brodie.

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Music lovers have helped to 
raise £600 for Force Cancer Charity.

Vicki Angus Campbell and her special guests Nikki Mae Butcher, Matt Colson and David FinlayVicki Angus Campbell and her special guests Nikki Mae Butcher, Matt Colson and David Finlay

The money was raised by Sidmouth Lions through a fundraising concert at the Manor Pavilion Theatre.

The concert was in two halves, commencing with music from hit musicals from performers Vicki Angus Campbell and special guests Nikki Mae Butcher, Matt Colson and David Finlay.

The second half featured the six-piece City Steam Jazz Band, who delighted crowds with a great selection of music.

The donation was made in memory of Lion member Keith Brodie, who died last February and was presented to Sarah Daniels from Force by club president Mike Sycamore.

Chris Rignall, from the Lions, said: “Keith’s family had chosen FORCE to benefit from donations made in his memory in recognition of the wonderful support the charity gave to Keith and his family during the later stages of his illness.”

The charity aims to offer physical, emotional, psychological and practical support at a difficult time in people’s lives.

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