YOUNG people in Fishersgate were treated to a free Hallowe’en band night on Saturday.
Bands and acts from young musicians’ collective the Shoreham Allstars took over the Fishersgate Centre for an evening of music and fun supported by Sussex Clubs for Young People (SCYP) and The Dorothy Parsons Trust.
Among those performing were Worthing singer Christelle Lamb and Allstars bands Teenage Circus and Gravity’s Invisible Ghost Hands.
Spooky decorations were created by arts group Pop Gun Productions for the evening.
David O’Connell, chief executive of Original Allstars Music, said: “The event was well attended by locals to Fishersgate, as well as friends, relatives and fans of the Allstars bands.
“The event would not have been possible without the support and funding of the Dorothy Parsons Trust, which is a benevolent fund used to help and educate children and young people in Shoreham and the Adur district.”
SCYP is committed to developing a vibrant voluntary and community youth sector, which involves, empowers and meets the needs of young people.
The Dorothy Parsons charitable trust is administered by SCYP and grants of up to £500 are available for youth groups in Adur.
Visit www.sussexcyp.org.uk to find out more details on applying for funding.