Look out for the fastest milk float in Norfolk, as it heads off for charity

Singer/songwriter Paul Thompson and his milk float: Picture: christaylorphoto.co.uk

Singer/songwriter Paul Thompson and his milk float: Picture: christaylorphoto.co.uk - Credit: Archant

Sheringham-based singer-songwriter Paul Thompson and his mobile milk float stage Bluebell are on a mission to raise £5,000 for Cancer Research.

Starting from The Harnser, Cley, on Friday, June 2, he will be travelling 30 miles per day at an average speed of 10mph, stopping to play gigs in aid of the charity on his way to Land's End in Cornwall.

'Bluebell's Busking Bonanza' will see him performing at a variety of music venues, festivals and outdoor spaces, as well as doing impromptu busking sessions. No stranger to long distance travel by milk float, his first tour with Bluebell in 2015, funded by Arts Council England, gained him a Guinness World Record for the longest journey by an electric milk float.

Bluebell is fully equipped with solar panels to run his music gear for outdoor performances.

Donations can be made at gigs, or via his JustGiving Page, www.justgiving.com/fundraising/paulsmusic


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