The esteemed London night club and venue, Fabric, is donating the remaining money that was raised during a tumultuous legal with the city in order to reopen the venue.

The club, which was originally shut down in September of last year, reopened only a few months later with strict security guidelines after a strong push from fans and industry members alike via social media resulted in donations covering all of the legal fees incurred and then some.

The campaign raised over £330,000 and the club, having just celebrated its 18th anniversary, donated the remaining £68,000 in unused funds to a number of charities including The Loop, NTIA, Music Venue Trust, Centrepoint Midi Music Company, Make-A-Wish UK, Nordoff Robbins and YUAF.

The Fabric label releases the 96th edition of its mix compilation series, courtesy of DVS1, on December 8th.

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You can head to the Fabric website to take a survey regarding their 18th anniversary.

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