Emmerdale’s Bob to appear at Groustonbury Festival in Birch Vale

CHARITY: James Ruffell and Tony Audenshaw who are to perform at the  at the Groustonbury Festival, in Birch Vale, in aid of The Christie. Photo contributed
CHARITY: James Ruffell and Tony Audenshaw who are to perform at the at the Groustonbury Festival, in Birch Vale, in aid of The Christie. Photo contributed
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WHITE Van Man, James Ruffell’s Tribute To Elvis and Ace Tone Revival will be sharing the stage with local band The Beachcombers at the Groustonbury Festival in Birch Vale.

Organised by Milltown Studios the event, in aid of The Christie, will take at The Grouse on Sunday August 26 from 2pm-8pm, bands from 4pm.

As well as music, there will be a bouncy castle, hog roast and spectacular balloon release.

Emmerdale’s Tony Audenshaw, who will compere and sing with White Van Man, said: “The four bands are going to play a few songs each in rotation throughout the afternoon, so even if you only want to pop along for an hour you’ll get a varied line up.

“This is a great opportunity for all the family to support a wonderful charity and have a cracking afternoon party.”

The money raised at this event will help pay for ground-breaking research, the very latest medical equipment, as well as all those extra special services such as counselling and complementary therapies that help patients at The Christie feel more comfortable and comforted.

Tickets £10 (£5 Children) from The Grouse on 01663 743262, Priscilla’s Cards, and Mad Nanna’s, on Market Street, New Mills.