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Big River's Music Extravaganza 2019 Update

Donations to this event are now closed... for PROSTATE CANCER UK because event ended. Please feel free to donate online

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PROSTATE CANCER UK

We fund research to stop prostate cancer killing men

Charity Registration No. 1005541 and in Scotland (SC039332)

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Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

Well, all of the monies raised from tickets, raffles and personal donations is now in and has been counted.

We raised a grand total of £2,383.00 which went directly to Prostate Cancer UK.

We would like to thank everyone who was involved on the day and those who helped and volunteered their services setting up this event. Please forgive me if I have left anyone here.

Thanks to the following people:

Kenny Bell for his all round ,help PA ,sound lighting looking after all the acts ,he is a diamond.
Mal McElwee, who also ran his socks off helping with sound ,and doing all the publicity for the event,
Manuele and Claire for letting us use the facilities of the pub and there help for the great cause ,and all of their staff who never stopped serving all day and night, brilliant people.
Rachel Bell, Debbie Bell, Rebecca Bell, Cyndy Hutchinson, Vivian Carr. 
To the Prostate Cancer UK gang who gave us the permission to hold this event 
All of the people who donated to the cause with some fantastic prizes, some still to be collected  and last but not least, all of the acts who performed for you all .


Lucy Upton
Peter Jamesson
7 Sins Band
Les Connally and the Blarney Brothers
Larry Page
Russ Tippins
Dirt Monkeys 
Nudge
Big River 
and Pilgrim, featuring Dave Ditchburn.

Prostate cancer mainly affects men over 50, and your risk increases as you get older. The average age for men to be diagnosed with prostate cancer is between 65 and 69 years. If you are under 50, your risk of getting prostate cancer is very low. Men under 50 can get it, but it isn’t common. I (Mal) have just recently had a blood test for Prostate Cancer and I am happy to say that it came back negative. It took ten minutes of my time and a few days to get back the results. 

I urge anyone over the age of 50 to contact their GP and arrange for this simple test. You never know, it could just save your life!!!


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