Town hall’s nineties and noughties nightlife

Campbeltown Courier - - NEWS - Words and pic­tures by MARK DAVEY

A FUNDRAISER tapped into the mu­sic and cul­ture of the past two decades as she col­lected nearly £4,000 for char­ity.

Ch­eryl Brown, 28, one of six sis­ters and three brothers, had no trou­ble sell­ing out her 90s and 00s house and club night, which trans­formed Camp­bel­town town hall last Satur­day.

Ms Brown trained in Glasgow and re­turned to the Wee Toon to set up a busi­ness two years ago.

She said: ‘I started fundrais­ing for Prostate Cancer UK in June this year with a 90s and 00s quiz in the Burn­side, fol­lowed by a pool com­pe­ti­tion at the Com­mer­cial and prize bingo at Ar­gyll Bowl­ing Club.’

Live rock­ers Twisted Mel­ons played a set and two DJs, Jamie G and Stephen Gor­man, gave their ser­vices free of charge.

Ch­eryl’s sis­ter Deb­bie said: ‘This char­ity is close to home and it has brought ev­ery­one to­gether.’

Jamie G said: ‘I’d like to say thanks to Ch­eryl for invit­ing Rev­ellers wore nineties out­fits. me to play a 90s set at her fundraiser. It was a crack­ing gig and a great char­ity. The dance floor was buzzing.’

Stephen Gor­man said: ‘The best night out in ages. Ch­eryl Brown, you did bril­liant to or­gan­ise it.

‘I love the toon full of mad­ness and great peo­ple, I love it when the com­mu­nity comes to­gether.’

Ms Brown added that she is al­ready plan­ning a fur­ther fundraiser on March 31 next year with Stone Roses trib­ute act Res­ur­rec­tion. Rhi­an­nan Brown, Kyra La­mont, Jenna La­mont and Su­san party at­mos­phere.


Kelsey Brown, Si­mon Green and Corey Stir­ton with an in­flat­able boom box.


Laura McCal­lum and Christina McFadyen.

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