A charity Christmas party is being held in a Hastings pub to raise money for local homeless youngsters.
The event, which will be held at the Pig In Paradise, 37 White Rock, Hastings on Saturday, December 6, from 8pm, promises a fun night of live music, reggae riddims, ska and the finest Caribbean soul food, all in aid of Xtrax Youth Hub.
There’s live music from Cushty and The Reggae All-Stars, with fantastic prizes to be won in the charity raffle - to be drawn on the night by Mayor Bruce Dowling.
Organisers Leotone HI FI say they are hoping to raise lots of money to help Xtrax support homeless young people in and around Hastings and give them a great and safe Christmas.
Entertainment starts at 8pm, entry is free and there is a late bar.
Based at Harold Place, Hastings, Xtrax is a drop-in centre where young people are offered the support they need and can access a range of confidential services, have a nutritious meal, shower, use free washing facilities or just relax.
For further informationabout Xtrax and what it does visit its website at: www.xtrax.org.