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New bandstand for seaside town of Hornsea

Hornsea Lions Club bandstand Image copyright Hornsea lions club
Image caption The bandstand in Hornsea Memorial Gardens celebrates 50 years of the town's Lions Club

A bandstand has been erected in an East Yorkshire seaside town to celebrate the 50th birthday of Hornsea Lions Club.

The bandstand in the town's Memorial Gardens took three years to complete and cost £50,000.

Funds for it were raised by Withernwick Wind Farm Community Fund and East Riding of Yorkshire Council, along with money from the Lions' shop.

Beverley Brass Band and violinist Kate Chruscicka will perform for the bandstand's inaugural concert.

Image copyright Hornsea lions club
Image caption The bandstand cost £50,000

Other concerts will take place throughout summer, paid for by a grant from the Big Lottery Fund.

Lions Clubs International is a non-political community organisation with clubs and members all over the world.

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