Char­ity con­cert brings in £3,000

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - NEWS -

A PACKED out con­cert raised more than £3,000 for two lo­cal char­i­ties.

Che­sham-based Chrysalis Com­mu­nity Choir per­formed at The El­giva in St Mary’s Way, Che­sham, on Satur­day, June 6 along­side guest soloist Johnny Amobei from the West End pro­duc­tion of Miss Saigon.

The choir per­formed songs in­clud­ing Me and My Girl, Lean on Me, hits from Miss Saigon and Happy, which saw the au­di­ence get on their feet clap­ping.

Soloists Mol­lie Dun­stall, aged six, Nikky Mee­son and Emma Hick also per­formed Do You Want to Build a Snow­man from Frozen.

The con­cert raised £3,000 raised for Mis­sion Di­rect, which will help fund a group of young­sters from Broad­way Bap­tist

FUNDRAIS­ERS: Mu­si­cal di­rec­tor Mandy Wat­sham Dun­stall, Nicky Pullen from the choir, Katie Flory from char­ity Novi Most, Marianne Holt from Mis­sion Di­rect and Pru Stone from the choir Church in The Broad­way go on their trip to Moldovia this sum­mer to build an old peo­ple’s home. Rayn­ers Residential Home in Hyde Heath do­nated £500 to the char­ity.

The sec­ond char­ity the con­cert raised funds for was Che­sham-based Novi Most, which works in Bos­nia with young peo­ple. The com­mu­nity choir meets on Wed­nes­day evenings at Broad­way Bap­tist Church. For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact ad­min­is­tra­tor Pru Stone Ad­min­is­tra­tor on of­fice@ chrysalis.org.uk.

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