All is Well. Wells for Arugam Bay

PADDLE4Relief holds another fundraising gig at The Aggi, Braunton.

Paddle4Relief Circle

Paddle4Relief Circle

The night will feature headline band The Artists fronted by the charismatic Pascal on lead guitar and vocals; covers and originals from five-piece Tied Lose; a set from 19-year-old singer songwriter Jim Heard as Ashbeck Goes Acoustic; and the acoustic Americana sounds of Douglas E Powell.

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Braunton charity Paddle4Relief is helping to rebuild tsunami affected areas of Sri Lanka. The charity, founded by Tim Tanton, was formed shortly after the 2004 Asian tsunami, and works in the Arugam Bay area of Sri Lanka. Founder, Tim Tanton is heading back to Sri Lanka in September, for three months, to complete a number of projects before the East Coast Monsoon Season hits. This gig will help raise funds for further well projects.

Donation on the door: A?3.50.
The Aggi, Braunton

1 Response to “All is Well. Wells for Arugam Bay”

  • More water wells for Aragum?
    Who else is on that one. USAID installed a central water supply, the Red Cross also claims that. ADRA makes tube wells,etc ….. they say. What is all this about?

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