Night of Oompah raises over £1,700

Posted on 27 March 2017 | No comments

A huge thank you to The Bettesteiner Footstompers who bought a taste of the Munich Oktoberfest to Whitfield Village Hall on Friday all in aid of Martha.

Bettesteiner Footstompers frontman Stefan said ‘We were absolutely thrilled to be asked to perform for the Martha Trust fundraising event. This is the second time we have performed at this gig and it is a great event. Of course the really good thing is that all of the money collected with ticket sales and the raffle, is going to such a wonderful cause and we are really happy to make a contribution by performing for them.

It was a really well organised evening in a super venue and was lots of fun for all ages. We aim to be fully inclusive and provide a show you can see with you grand children or your grandmother and all would have an equally good time. It’s great value too and everything is catered for. You simply buy your ticket and an evenings entertainment, food and drink are all provided by the marvellous Martha team.

We always enjoy working with the Martha Trust and they put in a huge effort to make sure that the evening runs smoothly. They are a great team. I gather there are plans afoot to run another event in the future and you can count us in. Ein Prosit!’

Thank you to everyone who came along and supported the events, to all our volunteers who gave up their evening in aid of Martha and to our food sponsors – Rooks Foodservices, Bakkavar Salads and Crusties Bakery in Broadstairs.

The evening raised over £1,700 with money still due in from Barclays through their matched giving scheme thanks to their staff member Mandy who supported the event.

  • A night of Oompah
  • The Bettesteiner Footstompers take to the stage
  • A huge Thank you to The Bettesteiner Footstompers
  • A taste of Oktoberfest comes to Whitfield
  • Thank you to everyone who came along to support the event
  • Thank you to our dedicated volunteers
  • Thank you to our cooks for the evening
  • Great night of fun and laughter





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