Music evening set to raise cash

By Tim Clarke 10/05 Updated: 11/05 08:48

Buy photos » Christian Aid wants to equip people in the world’s poorest communities with the tools to work their way out of poverty. Picture by Christian Aid/Heidi Bradner.

A TOE-TAPPING evening of live music is set to raise vital funds to help some of world’s poorest people out of poverty.

People can let their hair down and enjoy everything from jazz and folk to blues and soul music at the Tools For Change concert in St Helen’s Church, Fish Street on Saturday, May 19.

The event has been organised as part of Christian Aid Week in Worcester (May 13 to 20).

The international development charity is hoping to raise funds to purchase tools and equipment to help farmers and other workers in some of the world’s poorest communities work their way out of poverty.

Tickets for the evening, which starts at 7.30pm, cost £8 which includes refreshments. Family tickets are available on request. To book email clarke.alison@gmail.com or call 01905 640581.

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