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Hastings Beatles Day supports the Trust

Hastings Beatles Day supports the Trust


We are thrilled to announce the ever popular Hastings Beatles Day will be raising funds for The Sara Lee Trust from 2020.

Hastings Beatles Day will return to the White Rock Theatre in Hastings on Sunday 5th April 2020 from 12.00 noon to 10.30pm.

New Committee members Hannah Deeble, Chris Beveridge and Katie Jones will join experienced hands Robin Redsull and Judy Atkinson to deliver a fantastic line up at Hastings Beatles Day 2020 at the White Rock Theatre, along with special events and activities including a children’s circle and grand raffle.

Performance Manager Hannah says, “Hastings Beatles Day 2020 will build on what has gone before, bringing acts together from around the world to perform on multiple stages at the White Rock Theatre performing the music of this world famous and much loved band, in many different styles and with performers of all ages. It is an event that really brings the people of Hastings together, and supports a great local charity as well”.

Dan Redsull, CEO of The Sara Lee Trust, says, “We are absolutely delighted that the new Hastings Beatles Day Committee has decided to support The Sara Lee Trust. Hastings Beatles Day is a fantastic event for the town, and will be our number one event for years to come, helping to support so many more local people in the future.100% of funds raised at this event will go towards supporting local people affected by cancer and other life threatening illnesses.”

Hastings Beatles Day 2020 takes place on Sunday 5th April and will form the largest get-together of professional and amateur musicians, dancers and choreographers in one place in Hastings during the year. 

For more information, visit the Hastings Beatles Day website or, to express an interest in performing at the event, email 2020@hastingsbeatlesday.com.

The Sara Lee Trust is a much needed service for patients who have a medical condition which is severely impacting on their lives. The service is invaluable for providing patients with supportive care either through complementary therapies or counselling, when they are struggling to cope with their situation. Not only is it a great support for the patients but this also extends to family members who are often just as stressed if not more so than the patient.

Karen Angel - ESHT Macmillan Specialist Dietitian

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