A choir has performed concerts to help make every day count for families with a youngster not expected to reach their 19th birthday.
Soundbytes choir raised more than £800 by performing a candlelight concert at Christchurch United Reformed Church, in Leatherhead, on Friday.
The money will go to Shooting Star CHASE which provides hospice care to children and teenagers with life-limiting conditions.
Musical director Hazel Hannam said: "The audience seemed to really enjoy the evening and it's been a fantastic end to an excellent term.
"The choir has worked like troopers, and the work has really paid off."
The choir reprised the concert for shoppers at Epsom’s Ashley Centre on Sunday afternoon and raised more than £250 for Epsom Medical Equipment Fund.
Soundbytes rehearse on Tuesday evenings at the Baptist Church in Ashtead. Visit: www.hazelhannam.co.uk
Article from epsomguardian (21/12/12)
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10th July 2012
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