On Friday 12 May, Ruddington Community Choir will be joining the Lady Bay Community Choir and the West Bridgford Tuneless Choir in ‘United in Song’ – an evening of singing to raise funds for the Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society.
All three choirs are led by Bernie Bracha, whose niece and goddaughter Hannah was diagnosed with MS three years ago, at the age of 27. Bernie’s husband, Andy, also ran the London marathon on 23 April to raise funds for the MS Society, which continues to improve treatment, care and support for people with MS.
‘United in Song’ takes place at 7.30pm at All Hallows’ Church, Lady Bay and will feature a wide variety of music from Ruddington and Lady Bay choirs, as well as an opportunity for the audience to join in with some popular favourites from the Tuneless Choir. Lots of fabulous prizes will be available in a raffle, which has been supported generously by local businesses.
Admission for singers and members of the public is £5. This can be paid on the door or even better, online at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Andy-Bracha – don’t forget to include your name and quote ‘United in Song’. If Andy meets his £2,000 fundraising target by the evening of the event, he has promised to sing (albeit tunelessly) – which he says is much scarier than running his first marathon!
For further details, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.