The Wayfarers Charity Concert 2017

Queenscourt Hospice

Wayfarers Charity Concert Background

The concert took place on April 25, at KGV College and raised £2,500 for Queenscourt Hospice.

Queenscourt Hospice is a local charity that provides support for the people of West Lancs, Southport and Formby. They care for patients with serious illnesses, enabling them to achieve the best possible quality of life at each new stage. They help to do this both in the Hospice and at Home through their In-Patient unit, Queenscourt Connect and Queenscourt at Home services. You can find out more about what they do on their website They receive less than 1/4th of their costs from the NHS and the rest of the money comes from charitable donations that help keep the hospice running!


Wayfarers Charity Concert Line-Up

Just Voices Just Voices is a ladies acapella singing group that love the sound of barbershop and close harmonies. They have been singing together for over 25 years and have enjoyed every moment.
Natasha Brookes Natasha is a highly respected and experienced professional singer having sung with the prestigious Joe Loss Orchestra for 10 years. Natasha now sings in the North West at weddings and other functions as well as writing songs for that "special day".
Trevor Jones Trevor is an experienced Spanish Classical Guitarist, who has been performing and tutoring in the Northwest for many years. With a varied repertoire, he has provided live music for numerous weddings and functions.
Angelina Dorlin-Barlow Angelina is a member of the Naional Youth Choir of Great Britain, and has performed with them at the Royal Albert Hall. In 2015, Angelina was the winner of Southport Young Musician competition, and as a result, gave her own lunchtime recital, providing vocal, piano and violin performances.
Billy Butler Billy is a veteran of Radio Merseyside and previous to that a starring DJ at The Cavern Club. Billy is our compere for the evening.
Wayfarers Chorus Last but by no means least. Your hosts for the evening of entertainment are the Wayfarers Chorus. As you can read elsewhere on this site, we have been around since 1986, perform regularly in aid of charity and have a whale of a time doing so.

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One comment

  • Ian Homewood

    An excellent night, the sell-out audience thoroughly enjoyed the performances and we hit our target of raising £2,500 on behalf of Queenscourt Hospice. Thanks everybody who took part, helped with the organisation before and on the night or parted with their money to support our cause.

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