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Bar 100 fundraising event raises hundreds for Queen Elizabeth Hospital



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A bank holiday club night that was arranged at Bar100 in Norfolk Street has raised hundreds for the Rudham children's ward at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

Juiice Cartel hosted an over 18’s dance night for drum ‘n’ bass, garage and house music lovers and revellers were able to make a donation on the door instead of buying a ticket at a fixed price.

A total of £320 was raised from the event which will be handed over to the hospital once visiting restrictions are lifted.

L to R: Zach Robson, Jamie Roberts, Ross Nutthal, Christian Ellinor, Tyler Doran, Corb Cook, Lewis Faulkner, Rashim Nalzaro, Reece Rudland, Jacob Galley, Jack Jeffries donated funds to QEH. (52834328)
L to R: Zach Robson, Jamie Roberts, Ross Nutthal, Christian Ellinor, Tyler Doran, Corb Cook, Lewis Faulkner, Rashim Nalzaro, Reece Rudland, Jacob Galley, Jack Jeffries donated funds to QEH. (52834328)

Organiser Christian Ellinor said: " We just wanted to give something back to the kids."

Juiice Cartel are a group of artists, DJs and music producers who run a bi-monthly night at Bar 100 and their next night will be November 26.



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