MEMBERS of the Bromsgrove Got2Sing choir are sprinkling the final bits of icing sugar and drying off their mugs to raise money for dementia specialists Admiral Nurses, writes Caprice Harrison.
The choir members are baking, bringing and buying cakes at their weekly rehearsal, at Bromsgrove’s St John’s CofE Middle School Academy from 7.30pm to 9pm tomorrow.
Leader Cathy Hart said: “We’re really excited to make Time for a Cuppa for Dementia UK at our rehearsal this week.
“Not only will we have fun but we will also raising funds and awareness of the incredible work which Admiral Nurses do.”
The event brings people together over a cuppa and some cake, while raising money for Admiral Nurses, who give life-changing support to families facing dementia. Fund-raisers are looking to make this the biggest Dementia UK tea party yet and over 1,000 Got2Sing choir members across the Midlands are proud to be part of it.
Got2Sing is a community choir which helps its members combat loneliness, health issues and improve self-confidence.
For more information on ‘Got2Sing’ choirs, how to join or have a free taster session, visit: www.got2sing.co.uk or contact Beth Dunn on 03330 146164.