POTP 2023 was a blast, get ready for 2024!

Southam Rugby Club’s Party on the Pitch 2023 was a great success, and now we’re looking forward to the 2024 event!

The 2023 event went amazingly, thanks to support from club members and local businesses, Southam had an incredible day of entertainment and fun for the family!

There was children’s entertainment from Andy and Lewis, as well as a fantastic array of bands and musicians, stalls and competitions – as well as an amazing prize-filled raffle running throughout the day, with all proceeds going to MNDA and Dan Thomas

We are already planning the 2024 event, keep your eye out here and on our Facebook page for more information as planning progresses!

2023 Had These Amazing Acts

Formed in April 2014 by Mark Jones, this local band has gone from the function room at The Crown Stockton (where their band name originates) to the headline act this year.

They always bring a party atmosphere with a mix of funk, ska, rock… all with a Crown Function twist.

Charlie and Leighton

Abi Rowberry is a young Leamington based acoustic guitar Indie/folk singer song-writer, playing her own original music as well as popular covers from the 60’s to the present day.  She has family in Southam and is very much looking forward to playing party on the pitch.  Last year she played on one of the main stages at the Godiva Festival and is playing Napton and Kineton Festivals as well as Art the park festivals this summer. 

The History of POTP

POTP was started as a way of raising funds for MNDA in memory of Simon Adams, Simon at just 46 years of age was diagnosed with MNDA in 2009 and immediately set about working his way through his bucket list. Whilst some of these were very personal his real goal was to raise £1million towards MND research and although he lost his battle with this cruelest of diseases in Oct 2011 his fund now stands at an amazing £550k+.

Sebastian is a local lad born in Stockton, later living in Southam. He first noticed symptoms in June 2016 but was only diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease in 2019. 

Seb is luckier than some – he has survived 7 years already living with MND. He has a spirit that MND won’t break and he’s determined to make more people aware, fight for earlier diagnosis and of course fight for a cure! 


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