Skydive to be held in memory of world renowned Beccles DJ Dominator
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A charity skydive will be held in memory of a popular Beccles DJ and producer who died aged 33 after a short battle with cancer.
On June 8 last year, Neil Aldred also known as DJ Dominator, died after being diagnosed just a few weeks before.
Neil, described as a 'amazing, funny and talented,' was known across the world for his musical talents,
And today (Friday, June 8), Neil's fiancé Sarah, along with a number of friends, will be embarking on a charity skydive at Ellough airfield at noon.
Funds will be raised for the chosen charity - The National Foundation for Youth Music - a charity that provides opportunities for young people in challenging circumstances to change their lives through music.
A spokesman said: 'We feel this is a fitting tribute to Neil's memory. Sarah would like to invite all to join us after the skydive for food, drinks and music at The Caxton Club, Beccles from 2pm to 11pm.'
If you wish to donate to the appeal visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sarah-bowles4
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