Music festival raises almost £24,000 for quartet of good causes

The recent Hockley Hustle has raised almost £24,000 for good causes.

Nottingham’s biggest multi-venue music festival saw over 400 acts played across 40 stages with an estimated turnout of over 3,500 people. All proceeds are being donated to four Nottingham charities: Framework, John Van Geest Cancer Resesrch Centre (NTU), Nottingham Refugee Forum and NG7 Food Bank. The final total raised was an impressive £23,850.

With some of the finest acts Nottinghamshire has to offer, the Hockley Hustle is a multi venue charity, music and community festival spanning Nottingham’s Hockley area.