Thursday 15th August 2013

Teenage Cancer Trust is excited to announce that the 2013’s Bloodstock Open Air fundraising target has been smashed … and then some!

Following a brilliant weekend for Teenage Cancer Trust that saw us interviewed by Bloodstock Radio and receive a cheque on the Sophie Lancaster Stage, we're really pleased to announce that Bloodstock Open Air raised over £6,900 - almost £2,000 more than the £5,000 target and making this year’s festival the most successful to date!

Over £1,600 was raised on the Teenage Cancer Trust stall via our T-shirt Amnesty, raffle tickets, charity merchandise sales and general donations, while the guest list raised an impressive £4,000. We also received a very kind donation of £1,250 from Adam Fillary of Unified Sounds from the sales of the Bloodline compilation CD.

Thank you to everyone who supported us - including all the artists who got involved and gave up their time - and a huge thank you to everyone at Bloodstock for once again choosing Teenage Cancer Trust!