*VIDEO* The Who reunite at Rock ‘n’ Horsepower event at Hurtwood Park, Ewhurst

Roger Daltrey, Kenny Jones and Pete Townshend (Photo: Russ Kirby)

Roger Daltrey, Kenny Jones and Pete Townshend (Photo: Russ Kirby) - Credit: RUSS KIRBY

Rockers Kenney Jones, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey teamed up on stage as The Who for the first time in over 25 years at Hurtwood Park last weekend.

The crowd at the high octane Rock ‘n’ Horsepower event in Ewhurst was treated to a truly spectacular conclusion on Saturday June 14.

Music fans had already enjoyed the likes of Jeff Beck, Procol Harum, Mike Rutherford, Mick Hucknall and Alvin Stardust - as well as supercars and polo during the day - before The Who took to the stage.

The event did also have a serious side, raising money for Prostate Cancer UK.

In the summer of 2013, Kenney visited his GP for a check-up and was unexpectedly diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Thankfully, he is recovering well from his treatment in January, and now he is keen to help spread the word about the importance of awareness about the disease.

A charity auction raised over £10,000 on the day, with a further £5,000 pledged towards the charity.

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