New talent showcased

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Young people are being given the chance to rock out at a music event.

The Medway Centre, in New Street, Bakewell,

will host Turn it Up to Ten on March 30.

The evening is hosted by Fleet Arts’ and is a celebration of the organisation’s ten years of helping young musicians to develop their talents.

Julian Butt, music project coordinator, said: “It is incredible that what started out as a three year local project has run for so long.

“Credit must go to all of the young people involved, their enthusiasm and willingness to organise and instigate activities have been key factors in the projects success.

“We have supported musicians playing at both local and national venues and even taken bands to Italy and Poland.

“It has been a memorable ten years and we look forward to many more to come.”

Neon Railroad and SidewinderZ will be playing at the Bakewell concert, as well as many new bands from Lady Manners School and Hope Valley School.

The event will take place between 7pm and 10pm and entry will cost £3.

Further information is available by visiting www.fleet-arts.org