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Notice: March Of The Mods Celebrates It’s 10th Anniversary For Teenage Cancer Trust

Published on: 6 Mar, 2022
Updated on: 6 Mar, 2022

A series of annual charity gigs, which has raised more than £670,000 in the past decade, kicks off again this month celebrating all things Mod.

“March of the Mods” was launched 10 years ago to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust, after a supporter based in Liverpool came up with the idea of a series of Mod music gigs across the country throughout the month of March.

31 gigs are planned across the UK in March, with Guildford’s ‘March of the Mods’ taking place from 7pm on Friday, March 25 and Saturday, March 26 at the Suburbs at the Holroyd Arms on the Aldershot Road.

All the bands involved have given their time to the charity so that all ticket and raffle money will go to the Teenage Cancer Trust.

The Teenage Cancer Trust funds specialist hospital units, nurses and youth workers across the UK. The charity has built a network of 28 age-appropriate hospital wards and funded a dedicated team of over 100 nurses and youth support coordinators, who are experts in meeting the unique and complex needs of 13 to 24 year-olds with cancer.

Emma Cross, relationship manager for the North West and Yorkshire at Teenage Cancer Trust, said: “No teenager or young person should ever have to face cancer alone. We are incredibly proud of all those involved in March of the Mods, especially as they celebrate their 10th Anniversary.

“Fundraisers like the March of the Mods mean that Teenage Cancer Trust can fund outstanding nurses to provide care and comfort, and experienced youth workers to help them cope with emotional distress. Without the support of fundraisers like March of the Mods none of this would be possible.”

Tickets are available at https://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Guildford/Suburbs–Holroyd-Arms/Guildford-March-of-the-Mods-2022/35987744/ or visit www.facebook.com/events/476189110838207.

For more information about the Teenage Cancer Trust, visit https://www.teenagecancertrust.org.

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