Hospital says thanks to band for cash boost

Advanced nurse practitioner Rosemary Buck, consultant Maria Noblet, and My Generation secretary Carol McClintock with Ann Burton
Advanced nurse practitioner Rosemary Buck, consultant Maria Noblet, and My Generation secretary Carol McClintock with Ann Burton
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CITY band My Generation raised £1,260 for Queen Alexandra Hospital’s breast services department at a gig.

The group was put together by Mark Warren, Johnny Mac and Peter Grady and perform at charity Motown, Soul and Northern nights a few times a year to raise money for local charities.

The £1,260 was donated from tickets sold for their show on February 11 at the Dockyard Club in Southsea.

The band were asked to raise this money by Ann Burton, as she has not long finished her treatment at the breast clinic.

Maria Noblet, consultant nurse at the breast services department, said: ‘This very kind donation will go a long way towards providing support to our Health and Wellbeing events, held three times a year at QA.

‘These events bring together many experts in the field of breast cancer who then educate and inform women in the post-treatment phase of their illness.

‘We’re very grateful to have been chosen to receive this cheque. It will certainly be put to good use.”

If you would like to fundraise for a ward or department within Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Portsmouth Hospitals Charity would like to hear from you.

To speak to a member of the fundraising team, call (023) 9228 6000, extension 5927 or email fundraising@porthosp.nhs.uk.