Holland Sports & Social Association presented cheques totalling £10,800 to the six charities chosen by the main stage acts at this year’s Holland Sports Music Festival.
One Eyed Jack, The Titfield Thunderbolts, The Banned, Blown Gasket, Randy
and The Rockets, Groove Hoover and Jamie and The Jets nominated Kent, Surrey
and Sussex Air Ambulance, Clockwork, Mighty Oaks Youth Club, DKMS and CRY as
their chosen beneficiaries.
Titsey Rotary Club, which looked after admission on the day, was nominated by Holland Sports.
Holland Sports Chairman, Bob Matthews thanked everyone involved in making the day a success and said the day wouldn’t have been possible without all the hard work put in by the volunteers, the bands, the sponsors and everyone who came to the event
Vice Chairman Simon Istead added that the past two music events have raised over £17,000 for local charities.
The next event to be hosted by Holland Sports will be the annual free fireworks night on Saturday, November 3. This year, St Stephens School in South Godstone will receive a donation from funds collected on the night by Titsey Rotary Club volunteers.
Photo shows festival organisers and representatives from the chosen charities and main stage acts