Wisbech Rotary Club charity concert raises �600 for Hope and Homes for Children

WISBECH Rotary Club raised more than �600 for Hope and Homes for Children at a charity concert.

The audience at Trinity Methodist Church in Wisbech were entertained by four different groups of musicians from Wisbech Grammar School. The school chamber choir, a steel pan quartet, a string ensemble and brass ensemble were joined by Keith Asplin (singing folk songs), Mary Conway and the Cockney Sparrows (singing London cockney songs) and rotary club members in taking to the stage.

The proceeds from the event are going to the charity which works with children, their families and communities across central and Eastern Europe and Africa to ensure they grow up in an environment where they have the opportunity to fulfil their potential.

Rotary club members thanked all who helped or performed during the evening, especially the staff and pupils of Wisbech Grammar School.


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