VIDEO: Conisbrough locals feature in Amarillo video to support Yorkshire Air Ambulance

A message from artist Tony Christie appears in the video
A message from artist Tony Christie appears in the video

A bunch of Conisbrough businesses and community groups have starred in a video which aims to raise money for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance Service.

Organisers of the Conisbrough Music Fest have commemorated Tony Christie's headline slot this year by filming their own version of the (Is This The Way To) Amarillo video.

Sponsors of the event in July, including Doncaster Rovers, St Peters Church and Conisbrough Scouts featured in the video.

Conisbrough and Denaby councillors can be seen bopping along.

The artist himself also lent a hand to the video, with a message at the end.

Festival organiser Steve Pugh said the video aimed to raise some much needed funds for the service.

"The aim is to raise a minimum of £500 for the YAA and raise the profile of our community event,” Mr Pugh said.

He said it was hoped that people will watch the video and then do their own clip, share it on social media then donate via the fundraising page.

Donations to the cause can be made here: