Festive ‘Concert for a Cure’ to support Liverpool’s fight against cancer

Wednesday, 8th November 2017 | General | 0 comments

North West Cancer Research will bring its Christmas ‘Concert for a Cure’ back for a third year.

The carol service will turn Lutyens Crypt in Liverpool’s Metropolitan Cathedral into a festive wonderland that will deliver a message of hope to those who have been affected by cancer.

On Sunday 10th December, Birkenhead Operatic Society Trust (BOST) will lead the carols at the event which will inspire and unite people from all over the region in song.  

Guests will hear from some of the region’s top researchers and clinicians, who the charity currently supports.

They will share how the money raised by fundraisers, volunteers and supporters, facilitates research which is changing the lives of those with cancer and helping them live longer.

Over the next five years, North West Cancer Research has committed to funding more than £5.2million worth of research at the University of Liverpool.

This includes a £1million boost which will ensure the North West Cancer Research Centre at the University can continue to fund world-class projects until 2021.

Alastair Richards, CEO of North West Cancer Research, said: “The money raised from Concert for a Cure will continue to fund the world-class research taking place in Liverpool.

“We are already seeing significant breakthroughs in the way we treat cancer and so every ticket bought really will be helping to stop cancer sooner.”

Concert for a Cure will take place on Sunday 10th December at 3pm (doors open at 2.30pm) at the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, Lutyens Crypt.

Tickets cost £10 for adults and concessions for the over 70s and children under 16 are £6.

To purchase tickets call 0151 709 2919.


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