Gorleston’s Dock Tavern Music Day cash handed over to air ambulance

PUBLISHED: 17:18 13 September 2012

Yarmouth pic stories 14/9

Yarmouth pic stories 14/9


FUNDRAISERS together with the landlord and landlady of The Dock Tavern in Gorleston visited the East Anglian Air Ambulance recently to present a cheque for £3,146.93 - half the money raised from the pub’s annual Charity Music Day in July. Also present was Heather Bray, representing the Gorleston branch of Headway who help people in recovery from brain injuries. They also received a cheque for £3,146.93.

Charity Music Day 4 is on Sunday, July 21 2013 where once again fund raising throughout the coming months will be in aid of the Air Ambulance and the Gorleston branch of Shine, which helps children with additional needs and their families. Visit

For more information about the Charity Music Day go to or The Dock Tavern Facebook page.

Pictured with crew members are second from the left Adam Colborn, Amanda Colborn, Fran Stockley and Heather Bray. Far right is Louis Colborn.

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