Brass concert for hospital charity

A concert is being organised by The Salvation Army’s Norfolk Fellowship Brass who along with the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) choir are holding a concert of light classical and popular music on Friday 11th April 2014. The concert is free to attend and fundraisers will be collecting money for the Targeted Radiotherapy Appeal (TRA) which will benefit local patients at the NNUH.

Concert organisers decided to support the hospital charity and specifically the TRA after reading in the press how it will help local people.

Norfolk Fellowship Brass Manager, Michael Whybrow, said: “The Salvation Army is delighted to help with the concert; all the performers give their time for no fee or expenses, so that all the money raised can be given to this most local cause.”

Hilary Winch, Senior Occupational Health Nurse Manager, and NNUH choir leader, said: “The NNUH choir is delighted to have been asked to participate in this concert and that the money raised will go to the hospital’s Targeted Radiotherapy Appeal. We are looking forward to a great night of music.”

Louise Cook, Fundraising Manager at NNUH, said: “It is lovely that such a well-known band is getting behind the appeal and together with our brilliant hospital choir, are giving people the chance to have a wonderful evening of music. I urge people to come along on the night to show their support or please get in touch on 01603 287107 or email”

The concert will be at The Salvation Army Citadel, St Giles Street on Friday 11 April at 7.30pm.

For more information about Norfolk Fellowship Brass visit or contact Michael Whybrow on 01603 868314.

Tuesday 8th of April 2014 10:00:57 AM