More bricks in the wall as Broughton Gifford Floydians net £1,150

Broughton Gifford Pink Floyd tribute act A Floydian Trip has presented a cheque for £1,150 to The Forever Friends Appeal.

The band chose to support the Appeal’s RUH Cancer Care Campaign when they played their latest gig at Broughton Gifford Village Hall in March. The campaign is to raise £8.5million towards building a new Cancer Centre at the Royal United hospital in Bath, Band member Steve Meggs said: “The group has been blown away by the level of support shown for the Appeal. Nearly 200 people packed into the hall.

“The complex show we perform has been nearly two years in rehearsal and we must also thank the two other great acts who performed on the night, The Cat, The Fox and The Crow and singer songwriter Sue Harding, John Lomas for his technical support and all those who contributed money even though they could not attend.

When A Floydian Trip began, apart from the love of playing the music of Pink Floyd, the aim was to raise as much money for charity as possible.


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