By Kevin Unitt 20/07 Updated: 20/07 09:30
SOUTHAM Rugby Club hosts its third annual 'Party on the Pitch' event on Saturday afternoon (July 21).
The event is focused on family entertainment with a range of bands including Elvis and Queen tributes supported by local groups and artists.
Free transport to and from Southam town centre, courtesy of Catteralls Coaches, is available plus there are plenty of activities for children.
It will raising money again for the Simon Adams’ MNDA charity fund, in tribute to the 46-year-old local who died in 2011 after a two-year battle against Motor neurone disease (MND).
In the years before his death he had raised hundreds of thousands of pounds toward MND research and the fund continues to grow through charity events organised in his memory.
The fun starts at 3:30 and www.partyonthepitch.co.uk for more details.
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