Handsfree were proud to support a recent charity event raising money for The Christie, a specialist hospital mainly concerned with the treatment of cancer and associated diseases.

Helping with the framing of a signed Paul Weller drum skin from The Royal Albert Hall and a Johnny Marr signed Manchester Apollo picture, both items raising just over £900, helped create a very special night for an amazing cause.

The night itself, hosted at The Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel, raised over £10,000 for The Christie and as well as the charity auction, Rowetta performed as did The Rainband, unplugged, being were joined on stage by Amy Gordon and Tom Thorpe from the Royal Northern College of Music.

Weller and Marr framed by Handsfree
Weller and Marr framed by Handsfree
Weller and Marr framed by Handsfree
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