Baldock’s Khoi Khoi Bar & Vino marks first year with live music and more in aid of Garden House Hospice Care
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A Baldock bar celebrated its first year in business over the weekend with a charity festival of live music and more.
Punters at Khoi Khoi Bar & Vino, in Hitchin Street, celebrated all through Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings – with entertainment from artists such as Balstock supremo G La Roche, singer-songwriter Connor Wells and burlesque dancer Briar Rouge.
Owners Herbie and Rumyana Nyathi will be giving proceeds from the food and drink sold to Letchworth-based Garden House Hospice Care.
The anniversary was formally marked with a ribbon-cutting on Saturday evening with Councillor Michael Muir.
He said: “I’d just like to wish you both a happy anniversary and I hope it’s been a prosperous first year.
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“From what I’ve seen here today, you’re going to go from strength to strength.”
Mr Muir also presented the trophy for Khoi Khoi’s most recent quiz night in aid of the hospice – with quizmaster Simon Jellis, from Hitchin-based Jolly Savage printing, accepting it on behalf of the Lister Crisis Mental Health Team.
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