THE prolific fundraising efforts of the Mercury's own Jeff Dunn has been recognised as the curtain fell on another spectacular night of musical nostalgia.

Jeff's Super Sounds of the Sixties show at a packed Torch Theatre at the weekend was just the latest in a long line of charity events organised by Jeff for the Pembrokeshire charity Paul Sartori Hospice at Home.

Jeff and his dedicated team of helpers have now helped raise many thousands of pounds to help provide good end of life care in Pembrokeshire, an amount sure to be boosted by the sell-out performances on Friday and Saturday.

Jeff said: "I was gobsmacked during Friday night's show when Paul Sartori's Phil Thompson MBE climbed on stage and called me up to present me with 2 awards for "Outstanding fundraising and commitment in the local community.

"I had no idea...but apparently, all the cast knew.

"Phil also presented, posthumously, an award to the Arnold brothers, in recognition of my old mate Roger, who'd been with me during all my other charity shows."

Pick up a copy of the Mercury on Thursday for Jeff's full overview of the show.