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PUBLISHED: 11:45 27 December 2012

Happy Xmosh    at the Beard    bands performing    NO SHELTER, SPLINTERED, GRIN & BEAR IT and SPLITKNUCKLE! - iwitness24 picture by Heidi Birch

Happy Xmosh at the Beard bands performing NO SHELTER, SPLINTERED, GRIN & BEAR IT and SPLITKNUCKLE! - iwitness24 picture by Heidi Birch

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Punk and metal bands performed a special Christmas show at a Hornchurch youth club.

The Robert Beard Youth Centre, High Street, hosted the special Happy Xmosh event featuring groups No Shelter, Splitknuckle, Splintered and Grin & Bear It.

iWitness24 user Heidi Birch was on hand to capture the event and share it on london.iwitness24.co.uk.

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