Friend of Headway Thames Valley, Barbara Moir, has arranged a concert with the proceeds being split between ourselves and a local parish.
Barbara wanted to give something back to Headway Thames Valley after the charity worked with her husband following a brain injury last year.
“Headway Thames Valley helped my husband Paul and me enormously after he fell off his bicycle last summer and sustained a head injury.”
“The care in hospital was very good, but when he came home we felt rather cast adrift on our own.”
This is something we often hear at Headway Thames Valley. We aim to fill that void and help families at this crucial time.
“Carol from Headway Thames Valley came to our rescue straight away with practical advice, guidance and help, and Paul is now well on the road to a good recovery.
“I play music regularly at the home of a friend in Hurley, who was very supportive after the accident. We wanted to perform a little concert for our friends to show what we get up to in our rehearsals, and thought that raising money for Headway, and also the local church, would make it all so much more worthwhile.”
The concert is at the beautiful St Mary the Virgin Church, Hurley, SL6 5NF, on Sunday 12th March at 4pm to 5pm. There is disabled access and free parking in the village car park nearby.
For just £5, the audience will be treated to live chamber music followed by tea and cake. Tickets are available at the door or you can email Barbara to reserve in advance.