Two bands are headlining a gig night in Romsey in support of people with dementia. 

Kings Road and S Punk 7 will light up the stage in at Romsey Football Club on Saturday, July 27.

The concert will raise money for two local dementia-friendly groups.

All profit from ticket sales will go to The 2012 Club and the Green Buttercup group, which both organise events to help those with the disease.

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Wendy Adamson was diagnosed with dementia four years ago (Image: Jo Adamson)

S Punk 7 will kick off the evening, followed by Kings Road with covers of Oasis, Blur, The Beatles and The Monkees.

Kings Road regularly sell out The Railway Inn in Winchester.

Jo Adamson and Nick Day are organising the event for their mum, Wendy, who was diagnosed with dementia four years ago. Nick is a member of S Punk 7.

She greatly enjoyed attending these two local groups.

Jo said: "She had a lot of fun at these groups and we as a family have some amazing memories from our time attending with her so we want to raise as much as we can so other people and their families can have fun and make some memories too."

Tickets are in advance only via this link.