Concert to provide hospital teddies backed by Wiltshire Freemasons

Wiltshire Freemasons are sponsoring a concert in Marlborough on March 18

A CONCERT to raise much need funds in support of Teddies for Loving Care is being sponsored by Wiltshire Freemasons.

The concert on Saturday, March 18, in St Peter’s Church, High Street, Marlborough. will feature instrumental soloists Helen Pysaczyn (clarinet) and Anoushka Morse (recorder) as well as singer Matilda Wale (soprano) who is a member of the National Youth Choir of Great Britain. They will be accompanied by Shelley Morgan (piano).

The Teddies for Loving Care charity provides cuddly teddy bears to the main accident and emergency departments of both Swindon and Salisbury general hospitals, and in the past 10 years over 50,000 bears have been donated.

Nursing staff are unanimous in their praise for the Teddies for Loving Care initiative which provides a source of comfort to a young child on an A&E ward.

Entry is available on the door and the cost of the evening is £10, which includes a glass of wine.

Philip Bullock, the head of Wiltshire Freemasons, said: “I am delighted that we are able to sponsor this concert, which will raise funds to buy more bears for TLC.

“The evening’s entertainment is being supported by Wiltshire Freemasons, who in 2016 gave £3,000 to enable the organisers to fulfil its obligation to Salisbury and Swindon hospitals.”



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