Blues Brothers style tunes coming to Whittlesey for a charity gig

PUBLISHED: 10:57 03 October 2017 | UPDATED: 11:00 03 October 2017

The Fedz perform at Childres in Whittlesey to rasie money for Defibrillators 4 All PHOTO: The Fedz

The Fedz perform at Childres in Whittlesey to rasie money for Defibrillators 4 All PHOTO: The Fedz

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A night of music and dancing is coming to Whittlesey to raise money for the charity group Defibrillators 4 All.

The Fedz perform at Whittlesey to raise funds for Defibrillators for All The Fedz perform at Whittlesey to raise funds for Defibrillators for All

The Fedz will be at Childers Club on Friday 6 from 7.30pm to midnight.

The popular local band play is a five piece 60’s soul-vibe band playing tracks including The Blues Brothers.

The evening will also feature special guests singers Dale Diamond and Lisa Collier.

Tickets are £10 on the door and all funds go towards the defibrillator charity whose aim is to place enough pieces of life saving equipment in the town so that nobody is more than three minutes away from their nearest one.

A spokesman for the charity said: “We want to ensure everyone is given the best chance of survival should they have a cardiac arrest.

“We plan to screen our young people on a regular basis so undiagnosed heart conditions are not missed which could result in a sudden cardiac arrest.”

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