AN OSWESTRY bar is set to host a night of 80s and 90s classics to help raise funds for a charity to celebrate Rebecca Steer’s life.

Rebecca, 22 from Llanymynech, died a year ago in Willow Street, Oswestry, where she was struck by a car in the early hours of Sunday, October 9.

With a community awards evening planned for November, hosts of the 80s and 90s night Knock & Snitch say all ticket sales and a percentage of profits will be donated to the awards event.


Border Counties Advertizer: The Knock and Snitch in Oswestry.The Knock and Snitch in Oswestry.

The Cross Street bar said: “We at Knock & Snitch have been asked by Groovy Events to help host a special event to celebrate the life of Becky Steer, raising funds for the Rebecca Steer Community Awards.

“Organised and put together by the team at Groovy Events in collaboration with Becky's family, we will be playing hosts to a throwback party, with DJs playing of your favourite 80s and 90s tracks.

All ticket purchases and a percentage of the profits from the evening will be given directly to the Rebecca Steer Community Awards Charity.”

Capacity for the event, from 8pm until midnight on Friday, November 3, is limited and tickets will be sold to match this.

It is advanced tickets only at £5.

For tickets for the charity night at Knock & Snitch, which is based at 28 Cross Street, visit their website at