Seaton ukulele players help vital nursing service

PUBLISHED: 15:34 27 June 2019 | UPDATED: 09:15 01 July 2019

Pictured are Phil Christmas (Wekulele), Carol Rowe and Dr Mark Welland (League trustees), Haze Barber (Hospiscare nurse), Shirley Robinson (League trustee) and Val Christmas (Wekulele). Picture: Lycia Moore.

Pictured are Phil Christmas (Wekulele), Carol Rowe and Dr Mark Welland (League trustees), Haze Barber (Hospiscare nurse), Shirley Robinson (League trustee) and Val Christmas (Wekulele). Picture: Lycia Moore.

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Musicians strum up £305 for Seaton Hospiscare@Home

Collecting donations while playing to the community has enabled local musical group Wekulele to raise £305 for the Seaton Hospiscare@Home Service.

Leaders Phil and Van Christmas said: "We chose Seaton and District Hospital League of Friends as our charity as we know they fund this vital end-of-life service for our local community, and it is available to all those who may need it."

Carol Rowe, Seaton and District Hospital League of Friends trustee said: "We would like to thank Wekulele for their continued support for our Seaton Hospiscare@Home service. We rely entirely on the kindness of our local community to enable us to fund this much needed end of life service to people registered with a Beer, Colyton or Seaton Medical Practice."

Anyone wanting to know more information on Seaton and District Hospital League of Friends or the Seaton Hospiscare@Home service, should contact the League manager, Lycia Moore on 01297 20143 or email SeatonLOF@nhs.net.


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