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Choirs on track to raise money at Brighton train station

Published on 26 July 2018 09:46 AM

On 26th July, two choirs will be performing at Brighton train station to raise money for Age UK Brighton & Hove. The choirs, ‘Triple Threat’ and ‘7 singers’ will be on the concourse between 4.30 – 6.30pm treating travellers to everything from the Beatles to folk music.

 

Age UK Brighton & Hove staff and volunteers will be around the station to collect donations and to answer any questions the public may have about the charity. 

 

Rachel Cashman, Chief Executive at Age UK Brighton & Hove said “We are so grateful to triple Threat and 7 Singers for performing for us today, I’m sure they’ll be fantastic! We support older people across Brighton and Hove, including some of the most vulnerable, providing help, support and tackling loneliness. We hope people passing though Brighton train station will dig deep in their pockets and donate. When it’s added together, even small change can make a big difference to our work.”

 

Age UK Brighton & Hove is dedicated to helping people in our city make the most of later life. Providing information, advice and services, it is the point of contact for older people who need help or support.  To find out more about its services call 01273 720 603 or email info@ageuk-bh.org.uk

 

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