Wednesday, 18 November 2009

Carols for a good cause at Advent

The Reflections Carol Concert in aid of The Lewis Gold Appeal takes place at St John the Baptist Chruch, Cardiff on Tuesday, December 1, the perfect time to celebrate the onset of advent and get your caroling in tune for another Christmas.

The service promises a feast of festive music and readings featuring the Welsh tenor, Alun Rhys-Jenkins, 60 strong Cor Aelwyd y Waun Ddyfal Bechgyn mixed Choir, Bro Taf Choir and Radnor Primary School Choir.

The Lewis Akrill Gold Appeal will help to reflect on the lives of patients like Lewis Akrill from Caerphilly, who received a kidney transplant from his mum, Tracy, five years ago.

In spite of his health problems, the youngster won gold medal competing for Wales at the British Transplant Games In Coventry this year and is now launching a 'Lewis Gold Appeal' to raise awareness about the urgent need for more organs and support for the children's Kidney Unit.

Lewis said: It’s a chance to remember the donors like my Mum, who have helped children and other patients like me by donating their organs. Without their help, I wouldn't have had the chance to win gold medal.

We hope that you will be able to join us with family and friends for a wonderful festive evening.

For tickets please contact Kidney Wales on 02920343940 or contact andrew@kidneywales.com Donations are welcome at the service.





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