Band Helps Unit (Wirral News)

The Wirral News wrote: "Wirral band Daywalker helped to raise more than £1,000 for the cancer care unit at Clatterbridge Hospital when they played at a charity gig in Rock Ferry. The gig, at Cammell Laird social club, attracted more than 200 people, and Daywalker managed to raise £400 alone through sponsorship and sales of their CD, Live at the Zanzibar. The band, together with Dave Coroner, a hospital radio DJ who helped to promote the gig, handed over the cheque to Lesley Campbell, who is the fundraising officer for Clatterbridge Cancer Care, at a ceremony outside the hospital radio station."

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