Exeter Police and Community Choir help Hospiscare

Authored by bpassoc
Posted Thursday, November 29, 2012 - 1:22pm

Don’t miss a great start to your Christmas entertainment – in truly traditional style!

Exeter Police and Community Choir are staging their annual Christmas Charity Concert on Sunday, December 9 this year at 3pm.

The choir will once again be supported by the award-winning Sidmouth Town Band for the concert which takes place at St. Peter’s School, Quarry Lane, Exeter, this year In aid of Exeter Hospiscare.

“Many people are only too aware of the comfort provided by the Exeter Hospice in their time of need, and we are delighted to be supporting this very worthy cause this year,” says Choir Chairman Graham Bulford.

Hospiscare gives high-quality care and dedicated support to people who are terminally ill, free of charge. It has the expertise to bring relief from pain, ease worries and help patients stay at home.

The charity knows a life-threatening illness affects everyone differently, and have a wide range of services, therapies and people who can help including:

Support at home - where specialist nurses visit patients at home, giving expert advice and guidance.
In-patient care - The hospice in Exeter gives 24-hour nursing care supported by Hospiscare doctors and consultants.
Day centres - Hospiscare has three day centres, at their hospice in Exeter, at Seaton and in Tiverton.
Hospiscare's team are highly experienced in providing specialist advice, support and education at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.

Tickets for the Christmas concert are still priced at £6.00 and can be obtained from: John Fox, 33, Ide Lane, Exeter EX2 8UR Tel 01392 211753 or any choir member. Cheques should be made payable to: “Charity Concert.”

Exeter Police and Community Choir are also singing at the Lord Mayor’s Carol Concert in Exeter Cathedral on December 3 and on Thursday, December 13 will present a special concert at Fingle Glen Golf Club in aid of 'Singing for the Brain,' for which the Alzheimer’s Society is the umbrella organisation.

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