Open Mike Night 2015: More pictures from Alpine in Southport


Take a look at John McCabe’s pictures from fundraising event for Anthony Nolan Trust in memory of Mike Williams.

On Bank holiday Monday hundreds of people packed into Alpine bar in Southport to raise thousands of pounds for charity, in memory of a much-loved Southport man who died just 28 years old.

Bands and singers performed throughout the afternoon and into the evening, inspired by former High Vibes drummer Mike Williams.

Southport photographer John McCabe capture these fantastic pictures of the fundraising event.

All the cash donated by so many generous people will now be presented to the Anthony Nolan Trust.


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The fundraising event has now become an annual celebration of the life of Mike Williams, who lost a 10-year-battle with leukaemia last year, aged 28.

Friend and band mate Hayley Murray has organised the event for the past two years.

Thirteen bands took to the stage of Alpine and Hayley played her own set.

The Anthony Nolan Trust was set up to raise funds to research stem cell transplant for patients with blood cancers, matching donors to recipients to help save lives.

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