The proceeds will be split between Integrated Cancer Therapies to fund their provision of support and complementary therapies for people of Northamptonshire who are living with cancer and for their carers and Cransley Hospice providers of hospice and palliative care services for the population of North Northamptonshire.
The concert featured www.rutlandbigband.org.uk who combined with old swing favourites and jazz numbers which include popular tunes from the 40s swing era such as "Moonlight Serenade" and "American Patrol" through "Rock Around The Clock" to things like "Copacabana", "Sir Duke", and "Moondance". It was the Gretton debut of their new 17 year singer Ella who really raised the roof with her enthusiastic performances,
Claudine Combrie Manager from Integrated Cancer Therapies said “I would like to thank The Rutland Big Band and organisers of the Concert for Life for their amazing support. It is very humbling to see so many people who feel the work we do is close to their hearts”.
Matron Jo Craddock from Cransley Hospice added "The work of Cransley Hospice is only able to function and sustain the high quality level of care because of the charitable donations and fund raising activities to fund our operation. I would like to thank the Concert for life for supporting us with their Big Band Concert."
Integrated Cancer Therapies provide support and complementary therapies for people of Northamptonshire who are living with cancer and for their carers.
Cransley Hospice provides hospice and palliative care services for the population of North Northamptonshire.