A HARDWORKING band of fundraisers plan to hold a musical evening with something for everyone.

Since its inception nine years ago, Team Golfathon has helped raise money for Yorkhill Hospital, Break Through Breast Cancer Care and laterally over £120,000 for the Ayrshire Hospice.

The main driving forces behind the fundraising team have been good friends Rikki Black and Andrew Reid.

Starting off as an attempt to play as many holes of golf in one day the pair quickly changed their tact to sportsmen’s brunches, live music nights, ladies nights and charity golf days.

Rikki said: “Basically if anyone comes up with an idea that would raise money for the hospice we will try it.”

The event is taking place in Taylor's in Kilwinning on Friday, September 28 from 9pm and three local DJs will take you from 70s to the present day. Tickets are priced at £5 and although they are selling well a few are still available at the venue or on the door on the night.

The night will kick off with well-known floor filling DJ Jack Blades who is coming out of retirement for one night only. Jack has worked across Ayrshire and Glasgow from the late 70s to the mid 80s with residences in Rioz, Parkers, Bobby Jones, Pleasure Dome and finishing off as the Thursday night DJ in the Metro. If you are of a certain age I’m sure you will have danced to Jack’s tunes at some point.

Following on Tommy Clark takes you through the 90s with his mix of Indie and Alternative tracks from the decade as well as a few chart toppers and cheese to keep the dance floor moving. As part of the All or Nothing DJ team Tommy has recently been DJ support to mod revival icons such as Bad Manners, The Vapors and Secret Affair.

Finishing off the night is DJ Dean Roberts who has been a huge success in the Paisley house and techno scene. For more information or for tickets contact Rikki Black on 07795 031807.