September 16, 2021

First with the Alderney News

Open Mic Night’ raises £1,150 for MIND

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Alderney MIND raised £1,150 at The Open Mic night held on Saturday 4th April. The event was in memory of Peter ‘Mav’ Clay, who sadly died just over a year ago.

Peter ‘Mav’ Clay

Lisa Millan, Alderney Mind’s co-ordinator said “We are over the moon. We would like to once again thank all the amazing acts that were so brave and talented as well as James Clarke who was the most wonderful MC.

The Georgian House staff and chefs putt on a wonderful meal withthe most friendly helpful service.
We are very grateful to everyone who came along on the evening and created such a magical atmosphere as well as all the shops, restaurants and businesses who very generously donated prizes for the raffle and everyone who bought a ticket as well as Paul Clarke for donating and printing the tickets, Howie Gaydon for the use of his equipment, the Coronation Inn for selling raffle tickets, the Campania Inn for their bucket collection and of course Mav’s family for all their support.”

“Thanks to this fundraiser, Alderney MIND can continue to do the work we do on Alderney. We raised a whopping £1,150 in Mav’s name but most of all we raised awareness that we are here and no one has to be alone.” she concluded.

 

 

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