Thank-you concert for charities which helped little ‘Super Ted’ recover
TED Rourke is on the mend after receiving life-saving surgery for a rare heart disease.
His family were helped by Alder Hey Children’s Charity and Lagan’s Foundation.
Now mum Sian has organised a concert to give something back.
Ted Rourke was born with Tetralogy of Fallot, which stops oxygen being pumped around the body.
The youngster, from Macclesfield, whose bravery has earned him the nickname ‘Super Ted’ after the cartoon teddy bear, is on the mend after corrective surgery.
Ted Rourke spent the first three months of his life in Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.
His mum Sian has organised Heart Felt Chords, a concert to raise money for Alder Hey Children’s Charity, which performed Ted’s surgery, and Lagan’s Foundation, which gave respite support to the family.
It will be at St Peter’s Church, Prestbury, on Saturday February 7.
The concert starts at 3pm and from 2pm there are craft stalls, a tombola, raffle and auction.
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Tickets for the concert are £5 adult and £1 child in advance or £7 adult and £2 on the door.
●● Ted Rourke is now on the road to recovery after life-saving surgery