Weʼve raised £165 to help St. Richard's Hospice and celebrate the life of our son Paul Fletcher who would have been 40 this year.
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- Funded on Saturday, 3rd December 2016
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Our son, Paul, died from multiple cancers in December 2010 aged just 34. He was cared for in his latter days by St Richard's Hospice, Worcester who were marvellous to him and the rest of our family.
This year would have been his 40th birthday and to celebrate his life we are organising a concert at Pershore Abbey on 17th September 2016 featuring the world-renowned Morriston Orpheus Male Choir from South Wales.
They have appeared all over the world and are reckoned to be one of the best male choirs in the world with 80/100 members singing at most concerts. We think they are THE best and have attended over 200 of their concerts ourselves!
We are hoping to raise a minimum of £ 4,000 to pass on to St Richard's Hospice and welcome any help available!
Tickets for the concert can be obtained by telephoning Sue Fletcher on either 07752-717243 or 01905-778390.
Please book early as we expect to sell out!!
Thank you for your interest!
Susan Fletcher started crowdfunding
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Oct 2, 2016
All the best with the fundraising
Sep 17, 2016
Paul was a lovely bubbly person and always full of laughter , I hope the concert goes well today 👍
Sep 17, 2016
Sue and John. What a fitting way to remember Paul in the year he would have turned 40. Have a great concert. Sorry I can't make it, Australia is a long way away! Best wishes. Nick Field.
Sep 16, 2016
Sorry I can not make the concert, I'm sure it will be a great night
Sep 13, 2016
To Sue & John, we hope you have a lovely evening raising money for a very worthwhile cause, with our very best wishes from all at Kingswinford Eng.
Sep 7, 2016
Received your leaflet through our door yesterday. What a lovely man, and what a great way to celebrate his life and help St Richard's! I cannot attend the concert, please accept my donation instead.
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