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One-off guitar will raise cash for Rush Skatepark

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A unique, hand-made guitar is being raffled to raise money for Friends of Rush Skatepark, the group campaigning to find a new home for the popular skatepark, formerly based at Brimscombe Port.

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The instrument was built by Dexter Angel who runs Dex Audio, a musical equipment shop, based in Brimscombe which specialises in repairs and also builds custom solutions for musicians, often from scratch.

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Celebrity signatures grace the guitar.

The guitar features a design – which spells out ‘Rush’ – by artist Leigh Charman whose work featured at the original Rush Skatepark. The back has been signed by supporters including Edith Bowman, Tom Smith of Editors, Andy Burrows of Razorlight, Katy J Pearson, Hugh Phillimore, Director of Stroud Sub Rooms, Dexter Angel, Si Coburn, Jerry and Michelle Norman, and Debbie Bird from Friends of Rush Skatepark.

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Dexter Angel with the guitar that is being raffled. Picture: Matt Bigwood.

Tickets cost £5 and can be purchased here: Friends of Rush Skatepark – Signed Unique Guitar (galabid.com)

Pictures by Matt Bigwood

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