09 November 2018

Autumn and winter with Rennie Grove Hospice Care

There’s no excuse for having any blank spaces in your social calendar between now and Christmas!  Rennie Grove Hospice Care has a full programme of social events and activities on offer and there really is something for everyone.

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Music lovers should head over to the Rebel Rebel one day indie festival in Hitchin on Saturday 10 November featuring The Metatrons, The Loves and the Would-be-Goods.  Buy your tickets at www.wegottickets.com

And for the perfect way to start the run up to the big-day, join TV presenter Pam Rhodes as she hosts Rennie Grove’s annual Christmas carol concert on Thursday 6 December in St Albans. There will be performances from the King of Herts – a barbershop harmony group from Harpenden - and the Amici Singers led by Battle of the Proms conductor, Douglas Coombes.  Call Gemma on 01727 731028 for tickets.

Why not make it a musical hat-trick by booking your tickets for the Christmas charity concert performed by the Music Makers alongside Aldwickbury School?  Taking place at 3pm on Saturday 8 December in the High Street Methodist Church, Harpenden, tickets are available from https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/musicmakers and include refreshments afterwards.

If activities are more your thing then how about creating a beautiful Christmas wreath at a workshop that’s being held on Monday 10 December at 2pm in Grove House, St Albans?  The entry fee includes all foliage.  Call 01727 731010 to book your place.

Give yourself something to look forward to in 2019 by booking your table at the charity’s popular Question of Sport charity dinner that’s taking place on 13 March at Sopwell House, St Albans.  Contact corporate@renniegrove.org for more information.

Claire Redrup, Head of Community Fundraising at Rennie Grove said, “““By attending one or more of these events you will find yourself enjoying some fabulous, festive fun as well as helping to raise much needed funds that will enable Rennie Grove to continue to care and support adults and children in Bucks and Herts who have been diagnosed with life-limiting illness. Our services are provided at no cost to patients and families and we rely on the generous support from the local community to raise more than the £20,000 that it costs to fund our service each day.”

Please visit www.renniegrove.org/whatson for full details (including price and location) of each of these events and a range of others.

We look forward to seeing you.