Acoustic Concert at Polwithen House, Bolitho, Penzance


An acoustic concert with local musicians playing to raise funds for 'One and All Aid' - a small Penzance charity that funds a school for Yezidi children in Iraq as well as working with other projects.

Artists playing; Annie Henry, Foxes Fair, Robin Curtis and Libby Pentreath Entrance fee is £5 ( £1 for children) Refreshments and raffle too!!


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