Travel back to the 60’s for a musical charity event 6th January 2020 A host of musicians are coming to Worthing on Saturday 7th March 2020 to form an impressive line-up for a nostalgic night of 60s music, raising funds for our charity. The event, ‘Worthing Goes Back to the 60’s’ has been running for over ten years in Bognor Regis. The event is made up of local musicians who give up their time for and it has raised over £70,000 for local charities in the area over the decade The night has been very popular in the past, often selling out The event is now coming to Worthing’s Charmandean Centre to raise funds for our Ashdown Centre, which runs a range of services providing much needed respite from caring for families with children and young people with learning disabilities or other complex needs. This swinging 60’s extravaganza will see you travel back to the golden age of pop, featuring artists like The Fenmen with Pat Winn, Dave Harris from The Concords, The HB Band, Sweeney Todd and special guest Jenna Hall. Sweeney Todd, The Fenmen with Pat Winn and The HB Band Compere for the evening, Percy Nowell, said: “As a Trustee of Guild Care, I decided to bring this brilliant event over to Worthing for 2020 and raise much needed funds for our Ashdown Centre, whose services provide social fun, activities and outings for children and young adults with a wide range of needs - including Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Cerebral Palsy, Down’s Syndrome and ADHD.” This year’s event is kindly sponsored by Wall Bros Carpets, Arrow Taxi Group and Ian Hart Funeral Services. Tickets for Worthing Goes Back to the 60's are £15 and will be available from Wednesday 1st January 2020. They can be purchased by calling the event’s organiser, Percy Nowell, on 07709 498571 or visiting our Littlehampton Charity Superstore.