Harlow Young Labour presents Acoustic Sounds at The Greyhound

Harlow Young Labour will be hosting an evening of live music at The Greyhound Pub on Saturday, 10 March.

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It is open to anyone who wishes to perform, whether a seasoned professional or a new talent – you simply need to show up on the night. A backline will be provided so there is no need to bring your own amps or speakers.

Harlow Young Labour Chair, Shannon Jezzard, said “I’m really excited about the event. Harlow has so much musical talent and it’ll be great to see it on display. Not only will we get to see some great performances we’ll be raising money for a fantastic charity, too. The team at Streets2Homes do amazing work, which we saw especially during the recent freezing weather, so I’m really hoping we raise lots of money to support them.”

Laura McAlpine, the Harlow Labour Youth Coordinator and Candidate for Staple Tye, said “As a town we have experienced savage cuts by the Tories who have slashed our budgets. Across Essex homelessness has risen by 226% since the Tories gained power in 2010, so it is vital that charities like the brilliant Streets2Homes are given as much support as possible. We hope to raise lots of money, whilst having fun!”

Harlow Young Labour will continue working for their community, whether that be refurbishing local sports facilities, helping to organise children’s events and clearing litter from the town. We are an active campaigning group, passionate about the people of Harlow.

The event will begin at 7:00pm and will finish at 11:00pm.

Harlow Young Labour would like to thank the team at The Greyhound Pub for allowing us to host the event.

For more information, please email Harlow Young Labour at harlowyounglabour@gmail.com or visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/HarlowYL


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3 Responses to "Harlow Young Labour presents Acoustic Sounds at The Greyhound"

  1. carra   March 10, 2018 at 12:01 pm

    Whenever I read articles about Labour connecting with youngsters it makes me feel very uneasy.

  2. Tutudesigner   March 11, 2018 at 1:06 pm

    It was a fantastic evening for a great cause, no one under 18 years was there, it was held in local public house, hence all adults. Your comment is extremely distasteful!

  3. m ingall   March 12, 2018 at 3:56 pm

    Well done to Harlow Young Labour. It’s great to see the younger citizens of the town organising cultural events and raising much needed money for local charities at the same time.

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