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Packed line-up for charity music festival in Weston Hills

The Sound Injectors have helped organise the festival.
The Sound Injectors have helped organise the festival.

The Bell Inn at Weston Hills hosts its annual charity music festival next Sunday (July 22) and there’s a superb line-up.

The outdoor festival is in its 11th year and raises funds for local charities. It’s organised by local band The Sound Injectors, along with Dave and Kath Filby from The Bell and there are ten acts performing.

Included this year are The Lloyd Watson Band, Transplant Junkie, Peppermint Juction, soloist Dodge Rogers, Spiders, Xeno, Old Boy of the Fens and, of course, The Sound Injectors.

Dean Fitchett from the band said: “We’ve also got a guest spot which will be announced on the day, a barbecue and bouncy castle.”

It runs from 3pm until 10pm and entry is free.


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