ON THE eve of the release of their new album and collaboration with Rolf Harris, the Froncysyllte Male Voice Choir (The Fron) will again be helping raise money for Nightingale House Hospice at Chester Cathedral on Thursday, December 11.
Directed by Ann Atkinson and joined by tenor Aled Wyn Davies, Phoenix Brass and the choir of King’s School Chester, the event promises to be a great occasion.
Special guest, William Roache, – Ken Barlow of Coronation Street – has agreed to be master of ceremonies.
Nightingale House Hospice provides specialist palliative care services, completely free of charge, to patients and their families across a wide area stretching from Wrexham, Flintshire and East Denbighshire to Barmouth and the border towns including Oswestry and Whitchurch.
This year alone, it will cost £2.5m to run the hospice, this equates to £7,000 per day.
Only 20% of this comes from statutory government sources. The hospice greatly relies on the generosity of the communities it serves.
The concert will start at 8pm with tickets priced from £20 to £12.50.
For more information, contact Louise Aubrey on 01978 314292 or visit www.nightingalehouse.co.uk.