A trio from Ukie Toones not only entertained guests with some lively music at the annual Motor Neurone Disease Association barbecue, but also presented the charity with a cheque for £1,550.
The threesome - which included retired businessman Ken Holway from Leighton Buzzard – are part of a 40-strong group that splits the proceeds from most of its gigs between MND and and Yawn 16, a club for young adults with learning disabilities.
They are also happy to play for any charity which approaches them.
Chair of MND’s Luton & South Bedfordshire branch Ann Murphy said: “We’re so grateful to Ukie Toones for their ongoing support. It means a great deal to patients and their families.
“And they always liven up any of our gathering with their terrific sing-alongs.”
Ukie Toones founder Colin Creasey said: “We love what we do and it’s very rewarding and humbling to see what a difference the money makes to the charities we support.”
> For more info contact Colin on 07963 888436.