Blur of Action at the Community Centre

£3,500 Raised for Tsunami Disaster Fund Rye Community Centre was packed for a special tsunami fund raising event on Saturday 5 February.

Top local bands, including Buick Six, Pass the Cat and solo percussionist Nana Tsiboe from Ghana, gave their services free and performed in front of a capacity audience.

No less than £3,500 was raised for the disaster fund and organiser Steve Riv wants to thank all those that supported the event.

Pass The Cat’ in action at the Community Centre

Special thanks to Richard and Kim Press, Jonathan Breeds, The Mermaid, Union Inn, The Standard, The Plough (Udimore), Waverley Vitners, Scottish and Newcastle, Andy Bantock, John Bryant, Andy Mc Connell, Colin Gibson, Rye Community Centre, Grammar School Records, Neame Printing, Budgens and the Rye River Cafe, the musicians, the decorating team and all the others that gave their time to make the event such a success.

March 2005 Issue of “Rye’s Own”

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