New Egham Singers is very proud to unveil our Virtual Choir fundraising project in support of Thames Hospice!
Our sincere thanks to our multi talented Musical Director, Guy Bunce, and to our fabulous accompanist (and multi instrumentalist!) Jonny Lane and all our singers. Please enjoy New Egham Singers’ take on Duke Ellington’s toe-tapping number ‘It Don’t Mean A Thing’.
This gloriously upbeat piece reflects the positive atmosphere created for the patients and their families at Thames Hospice, in Windsor.
Our NES friend and choir member Elaine Hand nominated Thames Hospice to be one of NES’s chosen charities after her father, Eamon, passed away in their care in 2019. She said ‘Not only do the staff treat each patient with utmost care and kindness, but they extend that to their family too. The bright, positive and peaceful environment helped so much, and its impact cannot be underestimated’. The pandemic has presented Thames Hospice with many challenges, including raising funds to continue their amazing work. So the choir’s initiative has been very warmly welcomed.
We need your support! There are a few ways in which you can support our fundraiser and help Thames Hospice: 1. Like and share this post with friends and family on your timeline and other social media 2. Like and share our YouTube video with friends and family, link below 3. Like and share our JustGiving link with friends and family, also below 4. Please Donate - ‘It does mean a lot if you do give a thing!’