A GREAT night was had by all at a charity gig raising money for East Staffordshire Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB).
Three bands performed at Burton’s Tower Brewery on Saturday night to boost funds for the organisation.
Headliners Fantastik 4 were joined by Decade Runners and Nu-Lite as they took to the stage to entertain the crowds.
There was also a raffle, with prizes donated by local businesses.
The night, hosted by John Mills who owns the brewery, raised more than £500 for the charity, which supports advice services for residents in the borough.
Dawn Green, chief executive of the CAB, said: “It was a fantastic evening and has raised a substantial amount of money that will help us to support the delivery of advice across the borough. We have received lots of positive feedback from supporters and the bands performing on the evening were excellent.”
MP Andrew Griffiths also attended, as he is president of the organisation.