Bearsted's Music on the Green a "brilliant" success
Monday 19th September 2016
Bearsted's Music on the Green (MOTG) raised more than £15,000 to be split between three charities.
The Goodman Centre and Rainbows Play and National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty (NSPCC) to Children will each receive £7,494 while the Rainbows Play Group will get a donation of £384.
The income generated by the sell-out event – which included music from a wide variety of different acts including The Kick Backs – was £41,578 with costs of £23,956.
After tax and income retained for 2017, the amount raised for charitable distribution was £15,372.
Organiser Jo Conner said that the event “went brilliantly” and the “positive feedback has been pretty much across the board”.
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