St. Andrew’s Alumni Music Concert - Raising Funds for Woking Hospice

5 Dec 2019 | St Andrew's School |
5 Dec 2019 |
St Andrew's School

As part of the opening celebrations of their new facilities, St. Andrew’s School were delighted to invite some of their past pupils to perform in the new Little Field Theatre.

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Current pupil, alumnus Mr Kyle Jackson together with Headmaster Mr Adrian Perks present the cheque to Mr Tim Stokes, Chair of Woking Hospice (left)

The evening was a great success, with over £1,500 raised for Woking and Sam Beare Hospices – a patient centred charity that delivers specialist palliative care to adult patients of all ages who have life-limiting and terminal illnesses. Mr Tim Stokes, Chairman of Woking Hospice, who attended the concert, was very pleased to accept the cheque on behalf of the local Woking charity.

Mr Adrian Perks, Headmaster at St. Andrew’s, commented: “It was truly wonderful to see and hear so many of our past pupils perform in this very special concert. We feel very privileged that so many of our alumni were keen to give up their time to perform in our new theatre and to help us raise much-needed funds for Woking Hospice. Our thanks go to everyone who performed and to our enthusiastic audience for their generosity in raising so much for such a worthwhile charity.”

About St Andrew's School

St. Andrew’s School was founded in 1937 and is an established, respected and thriving co-educational prep school, set in 11 acres of grounds within a quiet residential area approximately half a mile from Woking town centre. The School seeks to create a nurturing and happy environment of trust and support in which all pupils are encouraged and enabled to develop their skills, talents, interests and potential to the full - intellectually, physically and spiritually, regardless of social circumstances, age or religion.

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