Mon 13 July 2020
Nantwich based Watts Commercial Finance, alongside local fundraiser Peter McCleave from www.10000donors.com, are supporting an online music festival in aid of Mid Cheshire Foodbank.
On 17th July 2020 at 19:00 @acousticpostcards will be hosting their event live via Facebook to raise vital funds for those who are struggling to provide food for their families following the Coronavirus outbreak.
The online event showcases five of the very talented musicians from the new Cheshire based acoustic musician collective - Acoustic Postcards – who will be performing special live-streamed acoustic sets from their home studios live on Facebook.
Phil Gray, Managing Director of Watts Commercial Finance says “These are difficult times for many people and I am delighted to support our local Foodbank when they need it most. I am also delighted to support Lee Gordon and his fantastic collective of musicians who are pulling together to make a difference.” Cllr Nathan Pardoe - a volunteer with Mid Cheshire Foodbank - added: "Due to the Covid-19 pandemic we have had twice as many people to feed and we need your support now more than ever. As the economic impact of Covid-19 accelerates more people will have to turn to foodbanks. Thanks so much to Acoustic Postcards for organising this fantastic event and supporting Mid Cheshire Foodbank."
How to get involved!
All you need to do is log on to www.facebook.com/acousticpostc... on Friday 17th July from 19:00 and watch from the comfort of your own home at and donate what you can to Mid Cheshire Foodbank via their Just Giving page at https://www.justgiving.com/midcheshirefoodbank. 100% of proceeds will go to Mid Cheshire Foodbank.
A selection of musicians showcasing their talents on the night are - Benjamin Lee Smith - Keyboard player for The Human League bringing some jazz and blues vibes Lee Gordon - BBC Radio 2 Songwriter of the year with his trademark powerful and soulful voice Charlie Reader - Bringing you a modern folk master class fresh from working with Mumford & Sons Please invite your friends to take part and get your dancing shoes on, and donate what you can to assist those most in need during these difficult times. Donations will make a positive difference to local families.