Supporting the Hospice of the Good Shepherd

Each year, the Hospice of the Good Shepherd hosts a sell-out Traditional Carol Concert to raise funds to provide specialist palliative care to the people themselves, their relatives and carers, within the local Cheshire community.

3 reasons you would want to attend:

  1. Supporting the community, helping a small and local charity
  2. Being part of an uplifting experience to provide others with the same opportunity in the most difficult period of their lives
  3. Getting into the Christmas spirit, joining in with festive carols and atmosphere – why not?

The evening will be hosted in the stunning Chester Town Hall, giving you the chance to take in some heritage. The lovely Christmas markets are right outside, adding to that festive spark as you enter this joyful event to support a wonderful charity.

How your donations will help this Christmas:

£15…helps to provide meals for an in-patient on Christmas Day.

£50…will pay for a child bereavement session to help prepare families for the Christmas after the loss of their loved one.

£100…keeps the Hospice warm and toasty, and comfortable for everyone on Christmas Day.

Featuring the fabulous voices and talents of the award- winning Rhos Male Voice Choir, the tenor singer Aled Wynn Davies and the Chester Brass Band, this is a Traditional Carol Concert you do not want to miss out on.

“The Rhos Male Voice Choir are widely recognised as being one of the foremost choirs, a record breaker in its competitive field”

Find out more event information here at the Hospice website.

The Hospice of the Good Shepherd:

Established in 1983, the Hospice of the Good Shepherd was formed to the help provide the highest quality specialist palliative care to people local to West Cheshire, Chester, Ellesmere Port, Deeside, and surrounding areas.

About the incredible Hospice of the Good Shepherd, working to:

  • Provide specialist medical and nursing service to patients and their families from a dedicated team of workers.
  • Offer a diverse range of end of life care and support to patients and their families during this time of anxiety and uncertainty of their condition.
  • Assist in making the Hospice process less daunting for patients, helping provide and safe and caring environment.
  • Offer social, psychological and spiritual support from social workers and spiritual care teams.
  • Help almost 1,000 families with support from the bereavement team, helping with an incredibly difficult period in their lives.
  • Provide over 800 medical consultations to Hospice out-patients.

We are proud to be sponsoring this Traditional Carol Concert. Please join us in raising awareness and funds for the Hospice on the 12th December at 7:30pm. Book early to avoid disappoint on the Hospice website today.

We look forward to seeing you there!

More information

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