Pocklington Tribute Tradesmen cover classic Christmas song to raise money for Cash for Kids

Andy Haywood and Richard Cole, The Tribute Tradesman, cover “Did you know it’s Christmas?” Out of charity. Photo courtesy of Andy Nelson

Andy Haywood and Richard Cole form a band called The Tribute Tradesmen and cover “Do They Know It’s Christmas? with local musicians and singers to support Cash for Kids.

They enlisted the help of Sarah Malloy, Jerome Remblance, Coz Cossins, Laura Mcmillan, Mark Holmes, Gary Denton, Will Watson and Alan Hopwood to bring the charity project to fruition.

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The duo set up a crowdfunding page and set an initial goal of £ 1,000.

However, they broke the total in five days and are hoping more people will support them.

Andy said, “We are a scaffolder and decorator by trade from Pocklington who love to make music.

“We’ve both played in bands for years, but with Covid and the blocks in 2020, playing live has become next to impossible.

“We are raising funds to support Cash for Kids so they can make a real difference in the lives of local children and youth this Christmas.

“All the money collected stays in our region with an emphasis on poverty reduction, disability support and improving the quality of life.

“Any amount you wish to donate to the cause is greatly appreciated. “

Visit tinyurl.com/2p93v8ce to donate to the Cash for Kids campaign.

Go to www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PyF1z8kr38 to watch the charity song video.

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