Students involved in Dock10 Live fundraiser

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University of Salford students were involved in the Dock10 Live fundraiser for mental health charity 42nd Street.

Dock10 Live took place on 25 May, which was a staff led music and comedy event that aimed to raise money for the local mental health charity 42nd Street.

42nd Street is a charity which supports young people with mental health challenges and emotional wellbeing in Greater Manchester.

Students from the University were involved in the fundraiser. Scott Davenport, a Support Engineer & Mental Health First Aider at Dock10, said: “It was an absolute joy working with the students from Salford university on our annual charity fundraising concert Dock 10 Live. 

“This was the first time we had streamed the event live as well as having a live audience, and the student crew were creative, inventive, organised and more than willing to help at all times…in short, they worked their socks off!”

Watch the Dock10 YouTube live stream, also available from the JustGiving page.

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