GALLERY: Jenner Health Centre gets £900 boost from annual fundraising concert at Ivy Leaf Club

PUBLISHED: 11:12 25 February 2015 | UPDATED: 11:12 25 February 2015

Performers take to the stage at the annual fundraising concert.

Performers take to the stage at the annual fundraising concert.

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An annual fundraising concert in aid of The Jenner Health Centre raised more than £900.

The concert, at the Ivy Leaf Club in Whittlesey, was packed with music and song from stage, screen and television from artists who gave their time for free.

Money raised will go into the practice charity account to buy equipment not funded by the clinical care budget.

Performers were Singchronicity, Patricia Butcher, Brian Kell, Abi Miller supported by Steve Gibbs, Simmi Dee, Holly-Jean Orridge, Shannon Buckton, The Islanders, The Felt Tips and a selection from Whittlesey Wind Ensemble with guest vocalist Dave Bailey.

More than 50 raffle prizes were up for grabs. There was also a donation from The Boat Inn and the auction of sailing lessons.

A spokesman for event organisers’ The Jenner Health Centre Patient Participation Group said: “We would like to thank all performers for their time and support for the cause and local businesses for donating prizes.

“The sound system, lighting and The Felt Tips were provided by Breve Music and the venue was sponsored by The Ivy Leaf Club.”


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