AYNSLEY Lister and Mick Pini are on stage at Wilbarston Village Hall in Loud Promotions' second show in this tribute year, both long-term favourites.
Loud Promotions is proud to be one of the first major blues venues to promote Aynsley in his early days and be involved with his rise to be one of the best European young blues/rock artists.
Also Mick Pini. You will hear echoes and influences from the whole tradition of the blues in Mick's playing.
You can see both these artists at the village hall tonight. Tickets are 14 in advance from the Fox Inn, Wibarston, on 01536 770304 or 16 on the door.
THERE will be a Neighbourhood Watch meeting in Wilbarston Village Hall Lounge on Thursday at 7.30pm.
If you have any concerns about car crime, vandalism, security, or any other anti-social behaviour queries, Police Community Support Officer Peter First will be in attendance to address any concerns. All are welcome.
JULIA Walklin, who runs All Dogs Grooming in Wilbarston, is looking for any unwanted items for stray and unwanted dogs on behalf of the Jerry Green Foundation Trust.
This charity has been caring for dogs for 45 years. Its major aim is to care for and protect stray and unwanted dogs and place them in good homes.
The branch at Creaton Road, Brixworth, has approximately 30 dogs at present and would welcome help in the form of donations of old clean socks, soft toys, dog toys, dog coats, blankets, old leads and treat balls
Donated items can betaken to Julia at 3 Windsor Close, Wilbarston, or directly to the Jerry Green Foundation, Creaton Road Brixworth. Click here to visit the website.