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Kew the Music - Day 3

  Day three of Kew The Music and yet another night of brilliant entertainment. Modfather Paul Weller put on an amazing show to a sold out crowd and brilliantly performed hits including ‘From The Floorboards Up’ and ‘Wishing on a Star’ before ending the evening on a real high with ‘Town Called Malice.’ The crowd were on their feet throughout the night and an electric atmosphere was buzzing around the gardens, which lasted long into the evening, even after the last firework lit the sky ending the festivities. It was definitely a night to remember and probably the best show of Kew the Music so far, although they have all been great! As one of the sponsors of the event, the Winkworth team have been at Kew every night to say hi to everyone attending and to hand out some Winkworth merchandise. And we have lots of brand presence down there too including one of our newly branded Winkworth taxis. So if you are lucky enough to be heading down to the event over the next three nights, make sure you go and say hi to our team. We are also taking pictures and videos of the event so make sure you keep an eye on our Twitter account and Facebook page so you can take a look at our time there. We would love to see your pictures too so make sure you send them over to us!

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Day three of Kew The Music and yet another night of brilliant entertainment. Modfather Paul Weller put on an amazing show to a sold out crowd and brilliantly performed hits including ‘From The Floorboards Up’ and ‘Wishing on a Star’ before ending the evening on a real high with ‘Town Called Malice.’ The crowd were on their feet throughout the night and an electric atmosphere was buzzing around the gardens, which lasted long into the evening, even after the last firework lit the sky ending the festivities. It was definitely a night to remember and probably the best show of Kew the Music so far, although they have all been great!

As one of the sponsors of the event, the Winkworth team have been at Kew every night to say hi to everyone attending and to hand out some Winkworth merchandise. And we have lots of brand presence down there too including one of our newly branded Winkworth taxis. So if you are lucky enough to be heading down to the event over the next three nights, make sure you go and say hi to our team.

We are also taking pictures and videos of the event so make sure you keep an eye on our Twitter account and Facebook page so you can take a look at our time there. We would love to see your pictures too so make sure you send them over to us!

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