Saturday 13th July at The Sun Inn, Hulverstone 4:00pm – 11:00pm live music & film this is a FREE event but donations to the Sophie Rolf Fund are welcomed.
There will be a raffle and children’s tombola and some very special prizes up for auction including Camp Bestival passes.
All money will go towards The Sophie Rolf Fund, currently fundraising to create an Island based solution supporting children on the Isle of Wight with life shortening conditions.
The Sun Inn plan to have a special KissyPuppy set menu for the day with a percentage going to The Sophie Rolf Fund from the menu, see below.
We also have use of a minibus to shuttle people to and from the event if there is enough interest. We only need to cover a minimum charge and costs as a driver has offered their time for free. Please contact email@example.com if you are interested.
Approximate times of the event:
3.45pm – Sam Scadgell
4.30pm – Film Session 1: For kids of any age
5pm – J.C. Grimshaw and Family
6.15pm – Film Session 2: Surferama
7pm – Sarah Close
7.45pm – Film Session 3: Music Video
8.45pm – Signals
Risky Business to play in the pub after the Signals
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to help out with collection tins and buckets at the event please 🙂
J.C. Grimshaw is a song writer/multi-instrumentalist, who plays guitars, mandolins, harmonica, ukulele and Hawaiian lap guitar with a deep rooted passion.
Over the years J.C. has worked with many established artists ranging from Midge Ure in the pop world, to Bob Brozman in the acoustic blues world. He has played worldwide in venues ranging from huge stadiums to small folk clubs and art centres.
His interest in music is hugely diverse. He has played in numerous bands, making a name for himself in many different arenas: Blues,Vintage Jazz, Gypsy, Country, Folk and Pop.
Sam is very talented musician who can be seen supporting many local events in the West Wight. Sam is a local photographer who launched Xposure Photographic in 2012, Sam is now pushing his photography to new boundaries within the areas of business, sport, events, and fine art.
Sarah is a self taught pianist/guitarist/ukelelist from the Isle of Wight. Sarah will be playing at this years Bestival. Sarah has released a debut EP ‘To the Seaside”.
Headlining the evening are The Signals, a female fronted indie / math rock four piece from the Isle of Wight.
‘Facial Furniture’ EP OUT SOON!!
Their debut EP ‘Square Wheels’ is available for download now
Paul Windridge ‘MIST’
MIST or Moving Image Sound and Things
The 3 ‘MIST’ short film breaks will last about 30 minutes each, and will be shown in the pub between the ‘live’ music sessions.
The Sun Inn is a 600 year old hostelry set in beautiful countryside near Brook Chine on the South-West coast of the Isle of Wight. It has a huge beer garden and an outstanding sea view.
The Sun Inn plan to have a special KissyPuppy set menu for the day with a percentage going to The Sophie Rolf Fund from the menu.
Sophie Rolf is a beautiful, happy, larger than life little girl who, a few months before her 5th birthday, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour. She has responded to therapy well and most importantly with courage and a smile that has inspired all of those around her.
Unfortunately the prognosis is still poor. What this devastating process has highlighted to Sophie’s family, is the limited healthcare options available for children living or dying from life limiting conditions on the island.
Currently, children from the Isle of Wight travel to Winchester for respite or end of life care, which for Sophie and her family would be a three hour journey each way.
The Sophie Rolf fund, KissyPuppy, is raising money for Earl Mountbatten Hospice to create an interim Island-based solution to support local children and young people with life-limiting conditions.
The Earl Mountbatten Hospice is an independent charity providing comprehensive end-of-life healthcare for the Isle of Wight community. They support and care for adults living with and dying from a life-limiting illness and they are looking at how they can extend these services to children.
The Hospice is working in partnership with Sophie’s parents, and other interested organisations and families on the Island, to research both the need and opportunity to develop its services in the future to include children and young people.
Earl Mountbatten Hospice is committed to improving the range of services and facilities to meet palliative health and social care needs of children and their families and carers on the Isle of Wight in the long term.
The severity of Sophie’s rare condition means that in the interim a place may be needed at the Hospice to support Sophie and her family in her final days. Currently Sophie must travel off the Isle of Wight for much of her treatment, the nearest hospice for children is based in Winchester.
The initial target is to raise £10,000 for Earl Mountbatten Hospice to transform a space into a child friendly residence on the Hospice site, not just for Sophie, but for other children and families who may need this service in the future, would bridge the gap whilst new long term services are being explored.
We appreciate the phenomenal support for Sophie and her family from the Community on the Isle of Wight and the wider support we have received. We would now like to raise funds together with the Earl Mountbatten Hospice, to create an Island based solution that would support children on the Isle of Wight with life limiting conditions and provide end of life care.
Donations would be very much appreciated and we thank you for your continued support.