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Buckinghamshire function & party band, 'Who's Got The Dog?' are putting on a charity concert at Haddenham Village hall to raise money for a support group that has been fundamental in the assistance of a Haddenham family whose young child suffers from the rare condition known as SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy).

The SMA support group, based in Warwickshire, is relatively small, but its involvement in assisting families dealing with this horrible debilitating condition is extremely valuable.

The 10 piece band will be playing 2 sets of floor filling music from the 60's to present day covering genres of Rock, Pop, Soul, Funk & Disco.

Tickets are £10 per head, available in advance with all profits going to SMA Support UK (Registered Charity Number: 1106815).

Mark the date in your diaries now: Saturday 13th June, beginning at 7:30pm.

Tickets are £10 in advance, by Tel: 01844 292629 or 07977 138044 or Email: tickets@wgtd.co.uk

Band website

SMA Support UK website

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