Hospital Staff will be taking to the stage to show off their many varied hidden talents at a charitable event on Friday 15th March 2013.
Staff from Frimley Park and friends of the hospital charity will be putting their day jobs to one side and competing against eachother in the live finals of the second Frimley Park Talent Show as part of an evening of music and entertainment on friday 15th March in aid of the trust’s Saving Tiny Lives appeal.
The evening wiill be compered by Mr Ken Dee who has entertained to packed audiences locally and popular band Mid-Life Crisis will keep everyone in the mood for dancing until midnight.
A variety of acts will be hoping to impress the audience including a Nepalese flautist who has four albums to his name.
And the talent show’s previous winner, Elvis – aka Carl Almond, will be back in the building to wow the audience with a special guest performance.
This year’s winner will be chosen by public vote so dont miss out on what promises to be a lively night of fun and entertainment – tickets are on sale now via Frimley Park’s website www.frimleypark.nhs.uk/talent at just £15 each and even includes a fish and chip supper.
The event takes place in the canal suite at Lakeside Country Club from 7.30pm to midnight courtesy of proprietor Mr Bob Potter who has generously offered the venue free of charge. The talent show winner will take away a luxury hamper by Sainsbury’s at The Mail in Camberley.
All proceeds go directly to the Frimley Park’s Saving Tiny Lives appeal which is raising money for specialised equipment and facilities for the trust’s special care baby unit (SCBU) when it moves to a larger ward within the hospital later this year.
The SCBU cares for the most vulnerable, premature and sick babies. It is anticipated that this year nearly 6,000 babies will be born at Frimley Park and approximately 10% of these are likely to need facililties provided by the special care baby unit.
Assistant fundraising manger Nick Le Resche said:”At Frimley we want to offer the very best service and environment for our youngest patients and their families, over and above what is normally provided by the NHS.
So Please come along and join us for a great night out and support a fantastic local cause at the same time.”
…A Great Cause For A Great Hospital…