A HUSBAND and wife team are continuing their journey to help people suffering from chronic pain.

David Williams, of Connah's Quay, has been raising funds with the hopes of opening a health centre in Flintshire after his wife, Jackie, was diagnosed with fibromyalgia.

Fibromyalgia is a lifelong, incurable condition that causes constant pain throughout the body.

They have organised another Rock Off Fibro, which is in its third year, and is encouraging people to attend and raise more funds for the cause.

Mr Williams said: "We really need everyone's support to help make this event a great night.

"Please come and give these fantastic bands the backing they deserve and help us raise awareness for those suffering from Fibromyalgia PTSD and depression."

Jackie was a keen athlete but now requires constant care, which led David to give up his job to look after her.

She previously told the Leader: "I’s a very isolating illness as being in constant pain every day does get you down.

"I can’t plan anything because I don’t know how I’m going to be and if I do go out I can be stuck in bed for days after."

The Rock Off Fibro 3 event will be held on April 12 at The Saddle in Chester and will start at 6pmTickets cost £10 and will feature acts such as Headsticks, Gothzilla, Bad Earth, Bard Company and Dan Wilson and the Counterfactuals.

More information can be found online at www.rockofffibro.bigcartel.com.

In addition to the concert, an album was released last year based on fibromyalgia and all proceeds will go towards the cost of opening a health centre in Flintshire.