A concert for Cameron


27 Oct 18
by Nathon Jones

Cameron Walker

We are delighted to be supporting the concert for Cameron at the Waverley Hall, Creetown, this evening (27th Oct) from 7:30pm with live music from members of our Board of Trustees, family and friends of Newton Stewart & Minnigaff Traditional Music & Dance Festival.

The concert is aiming to raise much needed funds to help provide profoundly disabled Creetown boy, Cameron, with a specially adapted bedroom, wetroom, ceiling tracked hoisting and other equipment.​

Tickets are available for £5.00, on the door, or free for under 12's.  Additional donations gratefull received.

A Concert for Cameron

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