Come and see Live Music from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s
29th April at the Core Theatre in CORBY.
Performing are The Telstars and Genesis Connected. It promises to be a fantastic
night of music and at the same time supporting 2 wonderful charities.
All proceeds will be going to PROSTaid and Lifelites charities.
Contact Eddie Storey WM of the Lodge of Unity for tickets as the Complex have booked out
200 tickets for our use . These are already going fast.
Email [email protected] com
A little about both Charities
PROSTaid was started in 2006.
We are a local, registered, independent prostate & prostate cancer charity, based in Wigston, Leicestershire. PROSTaid covers Leicestershire, Rutland and Northamptonshire, we rely on donations and bequests to continue our work and receive no government funding. We are run by prostate cancer patients, families, friends and urological professionals.
Provide support & befriending. We provide Information & counselling for all prostate cancer & prostate disease suffers and their families given by local men who themselves have prostate cancer & diseases of the prostate!
Fund three unique Prostate Cancer Specialist nurses. In 2014, with help from Prostate Cancer-UK, we will be funding nurses in three locations in our area. Firstly at The Urology Department at Leicester General Hospital, at the point of diagnosis. Secondly, at Cynthia Spencer Hospice, for men in Northamptonshire at the end of their treatment journey. The first ever Prostate Cancer Palliative Care community nurse in the UK. Thirdly at The Oncology Department at The Leicester Royal Infirmary. The first time there has been a metastatic palliative prostate cancer nurse in this important post.
Lifelites provides specialist entertainment, educational and assistive technology packages to over 9,000 children and young people with life-limiting, life-threatening and disabling conditions in children’s hospices.
Lifelites aim is to provide one of these technology packages in every baby and children’s hospice across the British Isles. The hospices have to make a formal application for a new package but do not contribute a penny towards it as all of Lifelites’ work is funded solely by donations.
The equipment, ongoing technical support and training at each hospice costs around £50,000 over four years.