In the coming months The Marchon Club in Whitehaven will be hosting a range of events for visitors to enjoy. 

Proceeds from some of the events will go towards supporting BEE UNIQUE, a charity which supports children with autism and their families. 

In June there will be a visit from rugby league player James Graham and in October there will be a ska band called Death of Guitar Pop performing. 

One of the organisers Peter Boyle shared his thoughts on the upcoming events. 

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Mr Boyle said: "Our fundraising work for BEE UNIQUE is going very well and we've managed to raise quite a lot of of money for them recently. 

"Without a doubt we're really looking forward to these events coming up at The Marchon Club. The visit from James Graham will be a stand-a-lone event whilst the performance by Death Of Guitar Pop will be fundraiser for the charity.

"We're all really looking forward to the ska band's performance it's going to be a really big one. We're hoping that we'll sell out of our tickets and get a big crowd in as they're one of the best ska bands in the country. We've all aimed to get a top act in so hopefully people will come along and visit and enjoy themselves."

Death of Guitar Pop will be performing on Friday, October 7 with tickets for the event costing £25. 

James Graham will be appearing at The Marchon Club on June 24 with tickets again selling at £25. 

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He has played for St Helen's and been the Great Britain Captain and has also played for Canterbury. 

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If you are interested in getting tickets you can contact Peter Boyle on the following phone number: 07759495761. 

The Marchon Club is a community club in Whitehaven that offers a range of events and activities to find out more information about the club please visit the following link to their social media page:

Peter Boyle and others have been running a range of events recently to show support for BEE UNIQUE, they have raised a considerable amount of money in this time.