Charity concert brings in £3,000
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.