Singing for Wheels
The Mothers Union of St Pauls Church, on the Isle of Wight, have been supporters of Wheels for the World for many years and recently invited The Phoenix Choir to perform a concert at the church to raise funds for Wheels.
The Phoenix Choir was formed in 2009 to raise funds for deserving causes, and includes members from various local musical societies.
The audience enjoyed an evening of easy listening songs from musicals (including Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables) to classics such as Amazing Grace and Bridge over Troubled Water, all of which were arranged by the musical director of the choir.
The Mothers Union provided refreshments in the interval and a retiring collection raised £292.98
Thank you to all involved!
Trevor Hahn has been appointed as a Trustee of ‘Through the Roof’ in September 2012. He is currently training in Cambridge to become a Minister of Word and Sacrament in the United Reformed Church and is still called upon to use his previous training and experience working as an accountant in a variety of ways. He has a passion for seeing all people, including those with disabilities, being welcomed and included in both church and community. He is married with two children, one of whom has special needs, and when he is not studying or balancing the books enjoys spending time with his family and friends and going for walks in the countryside.