Ged-Fest will raise money in memory of Niamh Curry

Ged-Fest: Geddington: The White Hart, charity rock festival to raise money for Niamh's Next Step'Glam rockers 'Hogwash'  appearing l-r Martin Sellars (aka Sex God) with organisers Bob Eggett and Stewart Thomson and Dave Bass 'Monday 25th  June 2012
Ged-Fest: Geddington: The White Hart, charity rock festival to raise money for Niamh's Next Step'Glam rockers 'Hogwash' appearing l-r Martin Sellars (aka Sex God) with organisers Bob Eggett and Stewart Thomson and Dave Bass 'Monday 25th June 2012

A free music festival will raise money for children with cancer in memory of Niamh Curry.

Ged-Fest at the White Hart pub in Geddington will have donation buckets for Niamh’s Next Step, which helps children with the cancer neuroblastoma through charity the Neuroblastoma Alliance in memory of the five-year-old Wellingborough girl who died last month, on Sunday, July 1.

Bands performing at the all-day festival include Telstar and Doozer, both from Corby, glam rock outfit Hogwash and 10-piece soul headliners Aerosoul, from Long Buckby.

Bip Wetherall, from Corby, will MC the event, which runs from midday to 8pm.

There will be a stalls selling T-shirts and strawberries and a barbecue.

Landlady Nicola Thornton said: “They have become so popular. The car park was choc-a-bloc last year.”