Take That frontman to raise cash for children’s hospice in Rotherham

Take That member Gary Barlow has hit the right note with a South Yorkshire charity by performing at a charity event to raise cash.

The world-renowned singer songwriter, who is Take That’s lead vocalist, is to perform at a Christmas Ball, where money raised will be shared between a number of charities, including Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice in North Anston, Rotherham.

Tickets for the Alpine themed event, which is take place at the Tatton Park estate in Cheshire on Thursday, December 10, are now on sale with prices starting at £158.

Morgan Brown, Chief Executive of Faiths Foundation, which has organised the event, said: “Having seen and heard the wonderful work of Bluebell Wood, Faiths Foundation was set up to further support the hospice as well as other charities.

“We have been grateful ever since to have been introduced to such an amazing place.

“Having spoken with a number of families who are supported by Bluebell Wood and seen first-hand exactly how much of a positive impact the hospice has on family life, it gives us great pleasure to continue working with such an incredible cause.

“We are so excited about this event and hope that it will enable us to finish 2015 with a successful year of fundraising for our chosen charities.”

Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice cares for children and young adults with life shortening conditions.