Bella Trevillian won't give up the campaign to get One Night Stand to the Clarence.
Bella Trevillian won't give up the campaign to get One Night Stand to the Clarence.

One Night Stand a no go, but Valley advocates won't give up

ALTHOUGH radio station triple j announced it would take a break from its annual One Night Stand concert, Pillar Valley mum Bella Trevillian said she would not stop campaigning to bring the concert to the Clarence Valley.

Mrs Trevillian started campaigning to bring the One Night Stand to Grafton in Grafton in October 2014.

Her Facebook page Triple J's One Night Stand 2015 received more than 3000 likes and attracted a lot of community support.

"I'll keep striving to bring it, but I will be behind the scenes for a while," Mrs Trevillian said.

I've got a few tricks up my sleeve.

 

"My name and details are on file, triple j know we are interested and were running the campaign.

"I'm optimistic we have made enough of an impact to at least have a voice in the future."

Mrs Trevillian said she was not upset about the cancellation because she was in it for the long run.

"I've got a few tricks up my sleeve," she said.



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