The Teenage Cancer Trust is the only charity in the UK dedicated to helping young people age 13 to 24 impacted by cancer.

They help 7 young people who are diagnosed with cancer every day, supporting them before, during and after treatment. Teenagers and young adults with cancer are significantly underrepresented in cancer research, with just 14-30% of 15-24 year olds accessing clinical trials, compared with 50-70% of children.

Young people with cancer also have poorer survival rates for the same types of cancers as children. And many experience delays around diagnosis and access to key services such as counselling.

What better way for Dartford, with its history of great music and youth culture, to show its support by coming to the very first local “March of the Mods” event at the Dartford (Skaford) Social club on Saturday 29th February 2020.

March of the Mod events take place across the country, inspired by The Who’s support of this fantastic charity but this is the first time we have held the event in Dartford.

There will be bands, a scooter ride out, raffles, vintage and vinyl stalls, a selection of local DJs including some of the younger generation. All involved have given their time and services for free.

The event starts at 2pm and goes on until late (with free parking opposite from 5pm).

Your support could make a huge difference to the lives of so many young people across the UK.

Link and further info: March Of The Mods Dartford 2020 information and event details

Link: The Story behind March Of The Mods for Teenage Cancer Trust

A message from the venue, Dartford Social Club…

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Dartford Social club hosts it’s first March of the Mods Charity Gig on Saturday 29th February. We have a host of DJ’s & bands playing from 2pm through to late in the evening.

Bands confirmed – The AIM (Headlining), The Wainstones (all the way from Redcar, Yorkshire!), The Bootleg Jam, The Titans and TV200. DJ`s – Gary Pettitt, Keith Ewers, Jake Bonnici, Scarlett Bayliss and Charles Whitehouse will be spinning the tunes throughout the day & night.

March of the Mods was just an idea in 2012, but by 2013 there had been 17 events held between the 1st – 30th March, starting in Birmingham & finishing in Brighton.

Fast forward to 2020 and Dartford Social Club are pleased to be a part of the March of the Mods fund-raiser, raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Weather permitting there will be a Scooter ride out , vintage clothing and vinyl stalls throughout the day in the hall.

Tickets are £10 & available now! Please see details on our Facebook page, advance payment preferred via Paypal (other methods available, but PayPal preferred)…