Letchworth Howard event helps young cancer sufferers

CLIC Sargent, the UK's leading cancer charity for children, young people and their families, will benefit by more than £800 thanks to a Christmas concert sponsored by Letchworth Howard Rotary Club on November 27.


CLIC Sargent, the UK's leading cancer charity for children, young people and their families, will benefit by more than £800 thanks to a Christmas concert sponsored by Letchworth Howard Rotary Club on November 27.

The event, Sounds of the Season, featured City Chorus, one of the area’s leading musical ensembles, with a programme of Christmas music old and new performed at Letchworth Garden City Free Church.

Among the highlights was a performance by local recording artiste and YouTube star Eirra of her own composition Alive. She is one of the many young people CLIC Sargent has helped, and received a rapturous reception.

With hot mince pies – generously donated by the Letchworth branch of the Morrisons supermarket chain, which has made CLIC Sargent its charity of the year – and wine and soft drinks on sale to complement the glorious music, audience members were lavish in their praise for what was widely agreed to have been a terrific evening.

The photographs show Eirra giving her performance as members of the choir look on, the choir in performance, and people enjoying the interval drinks and mince pies.

David Walker
Letchworth Howard 

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