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Bromley music gig to raise awareness of Croydon cat killer

PUBLISHED: 10:44 20 March 2017 | UPDATED: 10:44 20 March 2017

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Money will go to charity South Norwood Animal Rescue Liberty (SNARL) who are fighting to highlight the cat killer’s actions

Musicians will perform live in Bromley this month in a bid to raise awareness for cat owners to be cautious of the Croydon cat killer.

The cat killer has been in local and national press reguarley with a string of killings and mutilations of cats, foxes, and other animals. Most of the victims have been within the M25 area, centered on Croydon but also towards to south east.

Profits from the night will go to a charity which is raising publicity to highlight and end these crimes bring investigated by the police, South Norwood Animal Rescue Liberty (SNARL).

Music will be provided by Robert Hokum of West Groove, a cat lover himself and also director of the Ealing Blues Festival. And also by the Right Reverend Swifty LeZarre, with a guest spot by Frank Armstrong, formerly a singer with The Zimmers.

The concert is taking place in the Church Hall at St George’s Church, Bickley Park Road, Bromley on March 25.

Tickets cost £10 on the dooor.

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