Kay Savannah

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Jamie Jordan, Holly Mayy and Jack Tonks


A fabulous afternoon was had on Sunday 20th September 2019 raising funds for The White House Cancer support group in Dudley.  Artists again were outstanding: Matthew Williams, Friendzy Show, Jonathan Jones and Ovation trio.  Thank you so much to all artists who have supported a number of charity events I've organised over the years, venues, ent secs. family and friends who have helped out in one way or another.  Together we raised £890.99 on the day which will help with the work of the White House providing support and activities to cancer patients and their family members.  Thank you again for all your support xxxx

What can I say about the charity afternoon held at Netherton Sports & Social Club in October 2018 in aid of Dudley Stoke Association - FANTASTIC.

Thank you so much to the club, those that attended, artists - Trey Bailey, Stuart James, Emily Badger, Frankie Swoffer, James Wythes & JMS Trio plus helpers on the day Andrew Hunt & Andrea Marshall.  Together we raised £631.75 - Well done everyone involved in making this happen and THANK YOU xxxx

Thank you to everyone who took part on the charity evening held for The White House, Cancer Support Group in Dudley on Friday 31st August 2018. What a fantastic evening thanks to Dave Lancett, Tony Hughes, Amy Powell & Holly Mayy - I can't thank everyone enough for their free time/effort and continued support of artistes and clubs who donation time and venues free of charge.  We had a sell out attendance which resulted in raising £1,001.79 for The White House.  Thank you also to those who kindly donated raffle prizes and helped out in general on the evening.  A representative from The Whitehouse attended the evening and gave a short speech on what the money raised would be spend on.

Thank you to all who took part in 2017's charity night in aid of JDRF.

Artists: Darren Thomas, Katy Jane-Guy, Simon Dean, Emily Halford, Devotion Duo, Kay Savannah and Emily B. 

What a fantastic night £915.73 raised. Thank you to Charlemont Social Club for hosting the charity night.

Special thanks to John Davis and Andrew Hunt for all your help and support.  Lovely to have Lydia Warrilow from JDRF in attendance on the night.

I am so pleased to announce that since I've been raising funds for JDRF with help from various very talented friends that we have raised just under £5,000 to help JDRF with their research into finding a cure for Type 1 diabeties.

THANK YOU SO MUCH - What an achievement everyone, well done.

The White House Charity Night August 2018

Netherton Sports & Social Club

Kay Savannah

Jamie Jordan as Peter Kay

Winner of 2014 Stars In Their Eyes Show

Stars In Their Eyes Charity Night in aid of JDRF - What can I say other than AMAZIING.  June 2016 -  together with help from other artistes whom I'm proud to call my friends we helped to raise £1,401.36 for JDRF. 


Thank you to Chris and Tony for letting us have the venue (Oldbury RBL) for free in 2016.  Massive thank you to artistes taking part and JD for providing sound and lighting services. (Artistes:- Vicky Elise, Phil Arron, Jagged Little Thrill, Tony Hughes and last but not least Simon Ore). Young Emily B opened the show and what an amazing performance she gave us. I closed the night and the lovely award winning artiste Kia compared for us.

It was a pleasure to have Lydia Warrilow from JDRF at the show along with her husband Steve and sister Mary.

Previous years:-

NSPCC charity night on 27th June 2014.

Artistes who took part -  Debby Alexander, Dave Stevens, Rock of Ages, Jamie Jones from Connection duo, Nadine from the Rubys, Phil Arron, Richie Dean and last but not least, Emily B.

Together we raised £1,137.18 for abused and neglected children.

The winner of the show was Jamie Jones (singer out of Connection duo) who entered the stage as Peter Kay - well done Jamie :-)   


During 2013, you helped raise £1,082.63 for JDRF.

During 2012 you helped raise £1,215.10 for JDRF.

I took a break during 2015 from organising any charity nights in order to concentrate on The M80s Theme Night Show and spent some time in the studio recording my very first CD "Through the years".  I did however, still take part on other charity nights organised by other artistes such as BUDS (a Better Understanding of Dementia in Sandwell) and Bridges (cancer charity) for Dave Stevens in support of his late wife. 

I will continue to support various charities in any way I can for as long as I am able to as I believe that there are a lot of very worthy causes who need funds to continue their vital work.