We are delighted to announce that at this year’s Ginger and Spice Festival 2019 we are collaborating with St Mary’s Church, Market Drayton, to host a live music concert on the evening of Saturday 28th September 2019 from 7.30pm in aid of the Market Drayton Foodbank and very kindly sponsored by Savills.

This concert with include a 7 piece band which will play a mix of spirit filled soul, foot tapping funk, energetic jazz and harmonic  musical covers in the beautiful and historic building of St Mary’s Church! Featuring local musical hero and member of Barclay James Harvest, Colin Browne; award wining singer song writer Heidi Browne; the amazing jazz musician Tim Whitehead on sax; award winning beebop trumpeter Jamie Brownfield also on sax; Climax Blues Band bassist Neil Simpson on bass; Roy Wood band drummer, Roy Adams, on drums; and Staffordshire’s most sought after lead guitarist Dan Machin on guitar!

We are extremely grateful to Savills for sponsoring this event.

Mr Simon Farrant (Director and Head of Office Operations) at Savills Birmingham said, ‘’We are delighted to be supporting the Ginger and Spice Festival for the first time by partnering with this live music fundraising event at St Mary’s Church Market Drayton. Community events are an extremely important way for rural towns to raise their profile and encourage positive economic outcomes. Savills are committed to supporting the rural sector and being involved in this community fringe festival is testament to that.’’

Tickets for this special fundraising event are £18.00 per person which includes a glass of wine or soft drink and funds raised will be going to the Market Drayton Foodbank. Pay on the door – cash only!

This concert is in aid of the Market Drayton Foodbank