Teresa Noon Trust organised another fantastic fundraising entertainment night which raised £2,400 to support patients who visit Dorothea oncology unit at the hospital.
Bedworth’s oldest ‘boy band’ Have This sang two sets of popular numbers to a packed audience at the Saunders Club in Bedworth. This year they were also joined by local professional singer Shelley Burton and male vocalist Ian Lloyd.
Trevor said: “Our fundraising has now raised a grant total of over £40,000 pounds to buy valuable equipment to make life a little less stressful for people receiving treatment.
“We would like to thank our team of fundraisers, the local businesses who support us and all of the local people who help to make our events and fundraising such a success. Together we can make a difference.”
The Teresa Noon Trust in association with Q’s Karaoke (Bill and Sue Earp) have been regularly organising events to help buy new equipment for the Oncology department at the George Eliot.
The Trust was originally set up when Trevor’s wife Teresa was diagnosed with cancer in 2013 and continues in her memory after she sadly passed away three years ago.
Vocalist Shelley was also presented with a cheque for £500 from organiser Trevor Noon to support her own fundraising charity to support cervical cancer patients, in memory of her own mother.
Dorothea Manager, Kay Fox, who attended the event said: “I went along to the event with members of my team in Dorothea and had a fantastic night out.
“We would like to thank the Teresa Noon Trust, all of the people who supported the event and everyone behind the scenes who make the night run so smoothly.”