TAVIFEST headliners Mad Dog Mcrea will be playing at a charity show on Saturday, September 28 with 100% of the profits going to Horrabridge Primary and Nursery School.

The line-up also includes special guests The Kit Hillbillies, who will be delivering their unique brand of bluegrass crowd-pleasers and the Zephyr Project (part of Tavistock Youth Café) will open proceedings, featuring three ex-Horrabridge Primary School students (Milli Salisbury, Joe Crosher and Ollie Crosher).

Mad Dog Mcrea’s lead singer and frontman Michael Mathieson lives in Horrabridge with his partner and daughter who attends the school. He is also the landlord of the White Thorn Inn (Shaugh Prior) and their mobile bar will be at the event, with all bar profits also being donated to the school. There’ll also be a barbecue on the go, manned by the Horrabridge Cavaliers.

The event will take place on the Horrabridge School Field and run from 5pm to 11pm.

Horrabridge Primary and Nursery School’s headteacher John Clarke said: ‘We are delighted to host this very special community event at the school and are grateful to everyone who has helped to make this happen.’