A NEW play could help boost funds for the the breast unit in Worcester.
The Evergreen Norahs will be performing The Lost Garden to raise money for the Worcestershire Breast Unit Campaign. The play is taking place onJune 6 on the lawn at the Sheila Scott Building, University of Worcester at 7pm and then on the June 7 in the garden at Bourne Cottage in Broome at 2.30pm.
The breast unit will be based at 220 Newtown Road, Worcester, near Worcestershire Royal Hospital and will be a one-stop shop for patients from across the county.
The cast includes Dancefest dancers Penny Marriott, Jill Okeden, Liz Brand and Fran Leighton.
If you like to attend this special performance and help raise the much needed funds for Worcestershire Breast Unit Campaign, tickets are priced at £6, which includes tea and cake, and can be purchased from Sue Downing on 01562 700279.
If you are unable to attend the play but would like to make a difference, please give a donation by sending a cheque, made payable to Worcestershire Breast Unit Campaign and post to Worcestershire Breast Unit Campaign, Charles Hastings Education Centre, Charles Hastings Way, Worcester WR5 1DD.
For more information about the Worcestershire Breast Unit Campaign please log onto www.everybodyknowssomebody.co.uk