Charity Concert to support THREE GREAT CHARITIES

Britain’s Got Talent’s inaugural winner Paul Potts is appearing in concert at The Follies Theatre, Folly Farm on Saturday 19th October, 2019 in aid of End Polio Now, Paul Sartori Foundation and Treat Trust Wales


Charity Concert to support THREE GREAT CHARITIES

 

Britain’s Got Talent’s inaugural winner Paul Potts is appearing in concert at The Follies Theatre, Folly Farm on Saturday 19th October, 2019, but before then on the last day of August he took on world in the TV Programme “ Britain’s Got Talent – The Champions. He gave a great performance. 

It was certainly a tough competition for Paul and his fellow British competitors in the opening show that included The Stormtroopers dancers and Ashleigh and Sully.


The Narberth & Whitland Rotary charity concert at Folly will feature star Paul Potts with local Pembrokeshire Ladies Choir Bella Voce. Tickets are currently on sale priced at just £25 each. They can be bought online by clicking the link below  or from the Paul Sartori Box Office, (Mon -Fri) on 01437 763223 and also from local shops, Dales Music, Tenby; Rock ‘n Rolla Boutique, Narberth;  Ocky White Travel, Haverfordwest and James Music Shop, Nott Square, Carmarthen. They are also available in Paul Sartori shops in Milford Haven and Pembroke Dock.

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Proceeds from the concert will be donated to Paul Sartori Hospice at Home, Rotary ‘End Polio Now’ appeal and theTreat Trust Wales Rehabilitation Centre at Morriston Hospital along with other good causes supported by Narberth & Whitland Rotary.

 

Recently the rotary club learned of the work done by Mel and Mike Davies in raising funds during the past twenty years to create the proposed Rehabilitation Centre. Sadly for Mel, at the age of 15, she suffered a major spinal injury in a road traffic accident at Aberavon. She became paralysed from the waist down and has been confined to a wheelchair ever since. She has written a book titled “Never Say Die” and her royalties are donated to the Treat Trust. She became the founder of TREAT WALES which has notable trustees of the registered charity such as Paul Thorburn (Chairman), Meyrick Sheen (father of Michael Sheen) together with Patrons such as Max Boyce, Baroness Tanni Grey Thomson, Michael Sheen, Jonathan Davies OBE and of course celebrity tenor Paul Potts.

 

Land has already been acquired at Morriston  for a multi-million pound state of the art rehabilitee facility. One already exists in England at the Aspire Centre, Stanmore, Middlesex, but there is nothing like it Wales. This will be a first. More information can be found on the website www.treattrust.org.uk  Mel was honoured to be Olympic torchbearer No.123 in Swansea on 26th May 2012.

 

The TREAT building will have accessible modern equipment in a friendly interactive gymnasium and also a heated ramped-access swimming pool together with alternative therapies including music & arts therapy. TREAT will provide a welcoming atmosphere with supportive and professional staff on hand to deliver a world class centre of excellence in rehabilitation and recovery.

 

Tickets for the Folly Farm Charity Concert promoted by the Rotary Club of Narberth & Whitland starring Paul Potts with local Pembrokeshire Ladies Choir Bella Voce are currently on sale and priced at just £25 each.

They can be bought online at www.nwrotary.co.uk from the Paul Sartori Box Office, (Mon -Fri) on 01437 763223 and also from local shops, Dales Music, Tenby; Rock ‘n Rolla Boutique, Narberth; Ocky White Travel, Haverfordwest and James Music Shop, Nott Square, Carmarthen. They are also available in Paul Sartori shops in Milford Haven and Pembroke Dock.

Proceeds from the concert will be donated to Paul Sartori Hospice at Home, Rotary ‘End Polio Now’ appeal, Treat Trust Wales Rehabilitation Centre at Morriston Hospital and other Rotary Charities supported by the Rotary Club of Narberth and Whitland

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