It was a Night to Remember at Eton’s Watermans Arms pub on Friday, as £1,551 was raised for the Windsor Homeless Project.

The evening was sponsored by Windsor Labour party and the gig featured Phil “Swill” Odgers (lead vocals & guitar) and Bobby Valentino (vocals & violin) from The Men They Couldn’t Hang who entertained the 110-strong audience over two sets plus an encore.

Windsor Labour Party’s chairman Angus Cameron welcomed the audience and introduced Swill and Bobby. The first act contained songs from Phil Odgers’s recent 2017 pledge album Roll To The Left as well as several from his back catalogue of albums. For the first time ever at a live gig, he played the ukulele and performed a cover of In The Jailhouse Now.

The second half took place after a raffle boasting many locally donated prizes.

Sally Wright who is Tenancy Support worker at Windsor Homeless Project said: “It was a great community evening for a great cause, £1551 was raised which is amazing.”