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Deal: Three pubs join up to host charity music day in aid of Martha Trust

By Eleanor Perkins

Three pubs in Deal will join together today to host a charity music event for all the family.

Music4Martha will take place on The Square and is being jointly hosted by The Kings Head, Dunkerley’s and The Port Arms pubs.

It is hoped to raise thousands for Martha Trust, a charity based in Hacklinge near Deal, which provides inclusive, lifelong care for people with profound physical and learning disabilities.

Kerry Rubins with representatives from the King's Head, Dunkerleys and the Port Arms who are coming together for Music4Martha

Kerry Rubins with representatives from the King's Head, Dunkerleys and the Port Arms who are coming together for Music4Martha

The line up includes Sarah Banks, Alan Faulkner and Inferno Disco, Lofty Harris, Our-Way Rat Pack tribute and Tundra.

Solley’s Ice Cream will be serving their best selling treats. There will also be a chance to try out some henna.

The three pubs have clubbed together to donate £1,000 towards the charity. The event is also sponsored by Jenkinson Estates and Walmer Installations.

Ian Dunkerley of Dunkerley’s said: “We look forward to another great Martha day in full support of Kerry and her team.

“In line with Martha, Dunkerleys have also celebrated 30 years this year. Bring on the sunshine.”

Fundraising and events officer Kerry Rubins said: “Residents from all three of our homes attended both of these events last year along with their support workers and thoroughly enjoyed it.

“They will be back again this year because music unites us as a community and it’s a great way to bring our community together as one. Please come along and support us.”

 

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