Posted: 19.07.21 at 12:22 by Lottie Welch
A pop-up sale of CDs and vinyl singles has raised £1,000 for Bridport’s indoor skate park.
The team at Clocktower Music held the sale in the premises of the soon-to-be Clocktower Too in South Street to support 2020 Skate and Ride.
Roy Gregory, of Clocktower Music, said: “Our pop-up sale… raised a fantastic £800 which we rounded up to £1,000.
“Special thanks for the donated collections of the late Royston Pawley and Allan Pearce - iconic security for the Electric Palace and Frolic club nights - thank you to all who donated CDs and of course, all who came to buy and support a great community asset.”
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