How these Preston bands are helping the city’s homeless this Christmas

Posted on - 9th December, 2016 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Charities, Music, Nightlife, University campus, What's On in Preston
Moon and The Beam headline the concert Pic: PJ Photography

Moon and The Beams headline the concert Pic: PJ Photography

A collection of Preston bands are joining forces to help the city’s homeless this Christmas.


Moon & The Beams, Porter & May and George Harris & The Memory Makers take over upstairs at The Adelphi.

Branded as the Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh gig there will be a collection of food and clothing donations for The Foxton Centre – based in Preston city centre.

David Shurr, singer in Moon & The Beams, says: “The idea is for this gig to be an antidote to Mad Friday. We hope it gives the audience chance to get away from the madness and consumerism, and be part of helping Preston’s most vulnerable people this Christmas time.”

Read more: This Preston family is doing something special for the homeless this Christmas

The gig is on Friday 23 December and tickets are £3 on the door.

For a full list of items the Foxton Centre are looking to be donated this Christmas you can visit their website.

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