Fatboy Slim is hosting a fundraiser for motor neuron disease at the Big Beach Cafe, Hove

FATBOY Slim held a fundraiser at his seaside cafe to help a local charity.

The Hove-based DJ has owned the Big Beach Cafe on the Hove Lagoon for eight years.

On Sunday, the cafe hosted an event benefiting the local branch of the Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association.

Choir and Ko entertained all sunny afternoon with varied music for all tastes.

The Argus: Sharon Bass, Chair of the MNDA East Sussex Branch, Norman Cook and Dennis BassSharon Bass, MNDA East Sussex Branch Chair, Norman Cook and Dennis Bass

Fatboy real name is Norman Cook and his children Nelly and Woody joined to support their grandmother Julia who is in the choir.

Nelly, 12, helped sell raffle tickets while Woody, 21, entertained the crowd.

More than £1,330 was raised that day and every penny goes towards helping people with MND and their families in East Sussex.

Des Pywowar, 67, from Hove, outbid everyone else to buy a signed Fatboy Slim poster for £200.

He said: “I lost a very good friend to MND, it’s a brutal disease. I’m really excited to support the industry in any way I can – I’m a little too old for Norman’s music but he’s a thoroughly decent guy.”

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