A CONCERT to raise money for a charity which provides hearing dogs for deaf people will take place on Friday.
All the money raised from the concert, which begins at 7.45pm at the Trinity United Reformed Church in London Road, High Wycombe will go to Saunderton based Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.
It will include music by Gershwin, Cole Porter, Scott Joplin, Fats Waller (and many more) - performed by the Noteworthy vocal quartet – and jazz, provided by the Maidenhead-based Saxophun jazz musicians.
Lisa Bishop, community fundraising manager for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People said: "We are so grateful to the wonderful Volunteer - and the Noteworthy Singers – who organised this fantastic event.
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People do not receive any Government funding and we rely on donations and fundraising events such as this, so that we can continue to train these fantastic life-changing dogs."
Tickets are £9 from volunteer Yvonne on 07879 642742 or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the charity visit www.hearingdogs.org.uk and for the Noteworthy Singers www.noteworthysingers.co.uk