Saturday, 20 October 2012
Jammin For Oxfam
The town hosted the second Oxjam event; a countrywide celebration of music, with the aim of raising lots of money for Oxfam.
Things kicked off at lunchtime with a gig by The Jar Family in the Square. A band clearly influenced by groups like Oasis and the Stone Roses. And very good they were too. Melodic, and all original tunes as far as I can tell.
The crowd loved them, and people kept popping coins into the collecting buckets. I put some in too, as they were worth it.
Music fans have been invited to buy a wristband for £5. For this they could visit all the locations and see all the bands that were appearing during the day and evening. The locations include cafes, pubs and Barton's, which presently are showing an art exhibition.