Project information


Celebrate our Main Monkey Mans life! 18th June 8pm-1am at the Coastguard.
Tickets minimum £5.00 please put number of tickets needed in name field (eg fred x2)
Donations from non-attendees most welcome. please leave your contact e-mail and print receipt for entry.
Theme- Red and Black

April 2016 - July 2016

Charity information: No More Durty Water

No More Durty Water logo
  • Need


    No More Durty Water is a campaign to help provide safe and sustainable water. By staging concerts, parties and other creative events we can raise awareness and funds to work with existing charities that share our creative and ethical views


    Monies raised from our events provide vital funding for clean water projects.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To celebrate the life of the charities founder and raise money to provide one fresh water spring


    » Use funds from the event tickets,raffles and donations on the night to fund a spring.

    By publishing on our website and informing, through our newsletter, what we have raised and how we have used this to all supporters of the charity.

  • Impact


    It will provide clean drinking water to impoverished villages in Uganda.


    none that we have identified.


    Through website and newsletter and other social media.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £1,550

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      Amount Heading Description
      £150 venue cost of studios
      £1,400 spring cost of building one spring
  • Background


    Coastguard Studio
    Montague House,
    Clarendon Rd,
    PO4 0SA
    Phone:07793 750537


    Residents of villages without clean water provision in Uganda.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    We have already provided such springs through our fundraising.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Friends Of Paul Keeler

    Founder of NMDW


Provides for the building of one protected fresh water spring

Unable to rely on those in power to provide clean water, it is up to us to come together, raise awareness and help those who need clean water to survive.

Paul Keeler, Founder NMDW