Local home care provider Carewatch Cardiff, which looks after vulnerable adults and children in the Cardiff area, has organised a charity concert to raise funds for Velindre Cancer Centre at 7.30pm on Friday 11 March.
Attendees to St Mary’s Parish Church, Whitchurch Village, Cardiff will be treated to stunning popular classical soundscapes from the Tredegar Town band – brass ensemble, Ffion Perrett-Soprano, Andrew Matthews-Baritone and Amanda Whiting-Harp.
Velindre Cancer Centre is the largest non-surgical cancer Hospital in Wales and the chosen charity for this year’s Lord Mayor’s Appeal. It has been providing support and care to cancer patients for nearly 60 years. It is close to Carewatch’s heart because Velindre makes such a huge difference to both patients their family and friends when they are most vulnerable.
Please confirm attendance by contacting Carewatch on 02920 236 969, Event Brite (search Velindre cancer centre charity concert) or Siop y felin in Whitchurch or at the event subject to availability. Tickets cost £10 / Concessions £7.
Raising funds for charity is central to Carewatch, which has a history of supporting good causes as well as providing for the local community.
Malcolm Perrett, Managing Director at Carewatch Cardiff, says: “The care we provide doesn’t stop at the people we support, we care about others too. In addition, as we deliver care and support services ourselves, we understand the work and research related charities do and how vital it is to help them continue. This is why we do our utmost to raise funds at every available opportunity.”
Outside of charity, Carewatch Cardiff is dedicated to providing the highest level of personalised care, helping those who want to live at home regain and retain their independence.