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Busking trio always have charity in mind

THE BOYS DONE GOOD: Joe Snell, Aaron Tosh and Toby Halls outside the Cancer Research shop in Sudbury.

THE BOYS DONE GOOD: Joe Snell, Aaron Tosh and Toby Halls outside the Cancer Research shop in Sudbury.

Three teenagers who donated money raised from a day’s busking to Sudbury’s Cancer Research shop are keen to do more to help charity.

Joe Snell, 14, together with Toby Halls and Aaron Tosh, both 13, were commended by volunteer Ivy Pound last week for generously donating £83 to the store.

Mrs Pound said she did not know the names of the boys and wanted to thank them for their kindness, so the Free Press tracked them down.

“We just wanted to do something to help because I know a couple of people with cancer,” said Aaron, who lives in Sudbury.

“The first time we played, we only made £4 and got no attention, but we had a great reaction outside the shop.”

The trio, who all attend Hedingham School, started playing music three years ago.

They tend to go busking twice a month, rasing money for charity one day and keeping what they make for pocket money on the other.

“We just like to play in front of people,” said Joe, also from Sudbury.

Toby, from Gestingthorpe, said the trio would continue helping charities for as long they as they could.

 

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