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The George to host lively Acoustic Concert for Children in Need

PUBLISHED: 12:22 15 November 2012 | UPDATED: 22:22 20 February 2013

The George to host lively Acoustic Concert for Children in Need

The George to host lively Acoustic Concert for Children in Need

The George Hotel, South Molton is holding a charity concert in aid of Children in Need, at 8.00pm on Friday 16th December.

The George Hotel, South Molton is holding a charity concert in aid of Children in Need, at 8.00pm on Friday 16th December.

Many local performers will be featured. Ian Hudson, Dogleg, Chloe Bix, Alex Harrod, and Keith Chetwin have already signed up to play, whilst others have been invited and their confirmations are eagerly awaited.


The concert has been put together at short notice by The Georges proprietor Cathy Doel and musician Ian Hudson, who plays regularly at the Hotels acoustic nights on the first Saturday of each month.


The evening will follow the format of another successful charity concert held at Easter, which should appeal to both George regulars and others who may be new to the venue:

Cathy says: We hope that many people will turn out to have a great evening, hear some of our talented local musicians, and help raise much needed funds for Children in Need. As well as first class entertainment, we will be offering light refreshments included in the ticket price. There will also be a raffle to raise even more money for Children in Need, including really great prizes such as original paintings from local artists and two tickets for a show of the winners choice here Live @ The George. If any local businesses would like to donate items for prizes, all would be gratefully received! We are pleased to say that 100% of the funds raised from ticket sales will go directly to Children in Need.

For more information, or to pre book tickets, call 01769 572514, visitgeorgehotelsouthmolton.co.uk or visit wegottickets.com to book tickets.

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