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This article was published on November 27th, 2019
Thorneycroft Solicitors are proud to announce that the firm will be sponsoring The Christie’s first ever Macclesfield Christmas Carol Concert.
The concert will take place at St Michael & All Angel Church in Macclesfield on Tuesday, December 17th at 7pm.
Over 400 guests from the local community are expected to attend this yule-tide extravaganza as well as local businesses and organisations.
Radio presenter Mark Radcliffe will host the evening and guests will enjoy a fantastic evening of live music in aid of an amazing cause, with singer Katherine Farrow, Fallibroome Academy Choir and the Macclesfield Youth Brass band all performing throughout the evening.
All proceeds from the concert will go towards The Christie at Macclesfield.
The Christie charity is currently looking to raise £23 million in order to fund the new centre, which will enable more than 1,500 existing cancer patients to receive the outstanding cancer care that The Christie provide, much closer to home.
The new centre in Macclesfield will reduce the travel time for those who require cancer care and give those in the East Cheshire area more opportunities to take part in clinical trials.
We’re immensely proud to be able to continue to show our support for The Christie and look forward to an incredible evening that is guaranteed to get all those who attend in the Christmas spirit.
The Christie Charity
For those unfamiliar with The Christie, they are the largest single-site cancer centre in Europe, treating more than 44,000 patients each year.
They are also the first UK centre to be officially accredited as a comprehensive cancer centre and serve a population of 3.2 million people across the Greater Manchester and Cheshire area.
For details on how you can support The Christie at Macclesfield please click here.
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