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Dance the night away at Decades event in Spalding to help dog charity


By Spalding Reporter


After last year’s stunning success of a sixties night, which raised over £4,000 for the Snetterton Dogs Trust charity, it'll be repeated again - this time with a decades night, writes Patrick Walsh.

Springfields Events Centre, on Saturday, March 30, hosts renowned band The Moondogs, for a night to remember, with live music from the '50s, '60s and '70s.

The Moondogs will play at the Decades night on March 30. (7059878)
The Moondogs will play at the Decades night on March 30. (7059878)

Organiser Mark Aspden, who also ran last year's event, said he was once told: “They can't be playing that music live - it’s too good!”

“If people like live music," he said, "especially the Liverpool Cavern Club magic from that era, you’ll like this evening.”

Kelly Newell and Marlene Aspden, of Highfield Kennels in Pinchbeck, with Pippa from Snetterton Dogs Trust at last year's sixties night. Photo by Tim Wilson. SG100218-281TW. (7577629)
Kelly Newell and Marlene Aspden, of Highfield Kennels in Pinchbeck, with Pippa from Snetterton Dogs Trust at last year's sixties night. Photo by Tim Wilson. SG100218-281TW. (7577629)

The Moondogs perform their shows around the country to much acclaim, playing hits from the sounds of Elvis, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis to the likes of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and more.

The evening runs from 7.30pm to midnight. Tickets cost £15 per person.

All proceeds from the gift tree and raffle at the event will go to the Snetterton Dogs Trust charity.

Tickets for the night can be purchased via ticket agents the South Holland Centre. Search for 50s 60s & 70s Decades EVENT on Facebook for more.



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