International boost for KEMP Hospice
Holy Trinity International School in Kidderminster presented KEMP Hospice with a cheque for £500 as the school’s Senior Choir performed a selection of seasonal carols at the hospice on Tuesday 7th December.
Headteacher Mr Graham Hurrell said: “We are delighted to present KEMP Hospice with a cheque for £500 to help them continue the excellent work that they do providing amazing support to so many people from around the area.”
To raise the money, students had taken part in a number of activities including manning stalls and organising games at the school’s annual summer fayre.
Ele Millward from KEMP Hospice commented: “We are very grateful to all the students and teachers at Holy Trinity International School for their continued support.We were delighted to receive this very generous donation.The money is really valuable to us at KEMP Hospice and will go towards helping local people get the care and support that they need.
The patients, volunteers and staff thoroughly enjoyed the carols and we all went home humming festive tunes!”
Having just completed their production of The Forbidden Planet, and most recently the school’s junior choir having represented the school at Birmingham’s Young Voices, the whole school choir is now in preparation for next year’s entry in to the National Music for Youth Festival and the Dudley Music Festival. The KEMP Hospice carol concert was a prelude for the students who will next perform at the school’s end of term carol concert.