School performance helps good causes
Ashford’s Norton Knatchbull School recently held its first NKS Interact Club event.
The Mozart to Modern evening was organised by pupils who run the NKS Interact Club – a Rotarysupported group which works to raise funds by having fun.
More than 100 people attended and raised £750 for two charities.
The event showcased different musical talent at the school, from jazz to a guitar quartet, as well as barbershop and rock groups.
Past pupils also returned to play during the evening.
NKS Interact Club president Ben Uden said: “The first official event for the NKS Interact Club sponsored by the Ashford Rotary Club was a great success, raising over £750 for our chosen charities.
“The event displayed some of the outstanding musicians we have at NKS, and the atmosphere was fantastic.
“I would like to thank everyone involved and all those that came to the event,” he added.
The evening raised money for the charities Teenage Cancer Trust and Mongolia’s Lost Children.
The NKS Interact Club’s Mozart to Modern event at Norton Knatchbull School
Performers taking part in the fundraiser
Young performers from the Norton Knatchbull School
Performers on stage at Norton Knatchbull School