Singers on song to boost heart fund campaign

Posted on in Fundraising, Hospitals

An eclectic range of music is set to be heard in the main thoroughfare in The James Cook University Hospital on Tuesday 21 October.

The Crystal Singers will be performing in the atrium from noon till around half past one, entertaining passers-by with songs both old and contemporary. The singers will be looking for donations which will all go towards the South Cleveland Heart Fund’s latest fundraising campaign to improve and increase heart scanning services at James Cook.

The singers will be led by their tutor Paul Walker and conducted by Alison Barnes, both of whom are from Apollo Arts. Everyone is looking forward to the concert and hope to raise a large amount of money for such a great cause whist entertaining the audience.

Dr Adrian Davies, chairman of South Cleveland Heart Fund, said: “I’m delighted that such talent as the Crystal Singers are willing to give up their time to entertain and raise funds for our latest appeal.

“Our cardiac unit needs this added investment to keep the scanning services up with the country’s leading centres and contributions such as this are gratefully received.”