The Good, The Bad & The Ugly refugee fundraiser

News Desk
Authored by News Desk
Posted Monday, November 14, 2016 - 10:47am

Some 20 years ago three young and upcoming DJ's from the South West party scene came together to hold The Good, The Bad & The Ugly (GBU) dance nights, individually they had strong followings, as a  trio they floor filled each and every venue where these theme nights took place.

Now as all 3 DJs continue to successfully deliver beats to dance floors all over the UK they are coming together again for another passion they all share.

Their passion and current mission, to spread the real message on how our government is turning its back on the refugee crisis & how as individuals we do have the power to do something about it. This trio want to share how the simple act of feeding these poor war zone fleeing migrants can help them through their day to day struggle as they wait for asylum and how a healthy hot meal can aid their recovery as they huddle together in make shift camps that are springing up all along the borders of European countries.

The GBU are donating their time & resources to raise and collect funds for the Refugee Community Kitchen (RCK) who have been preparing and serving food 7 days a week for over a year to refugees who found themselves at the formerly known 'Jungle' camp of Calais. The RCK, its large mobile canteen along with its army of volunteers are now performing the same role at Dunkirk.

With planned fund raising nights, guest DJs ,MCs and the offering of a whole host of west country music festival and club night tickets for lucky donators to win in their raffle, the GBU hope these nights will galvanise people with music whilst drawing in positive energy and vital funding for the non-GMOs who are working tirelessly to feed hungry mouths.

The first fundraising night will be held at the Exeter club, Move, 4 The Quay on Saturday 19th November from 9pm – 3am

The line up cannot be missed: 
Mach One 
MC Ribbz

With support from The Good The Bad & the Ugly residents,
Rowland The Bastard
Creature Craig
Lazy Shaun

And starting off the night:

Dave Headlock
Paul Smale

Entrants need to be over 18 years of age.

Tickets start from £6 and can be purchased here:

Tickets for the raffle where you can get the chance to win music festival & club night tickets are £1 each and can be purchased at

You do not need to attend the event to enter the raffle so please give generously.

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly are hugely grateful for the donations already in, the festival & club organisers who have kindly donated free tickets along with all the people who will make these nights possible by offering their time & services for free.

You can find out about the Refugee Community Kitchen's work at

The Good The Bad & The Ugly can be contacted at

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