Thank-you con­cert for char­i­ties which helped lit­tle ‘Su­per Ted’ re­cover

Macclesfield Express - - NEWS -

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.

If any­one can pro­vide raf­fle and auc­tion prizes email heart­feltchords@gmail.com.

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

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