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Lakes colleague gets involved in a charity single on behalf of Cynthia Spencer Hospice

Kelly Fullthorpe of the Asset Based Lending team at the Lakes has been involved in a charity single at her local pub, the Old Five Bells in Northampton on behalf of Cynthia Spencer Hospice Charity.

Kelly explained’ Cynthia Spencer Hospice provides specialist palliative care services for South Northamptonshire. They provide care, outpatient services, [email protected], lymphedema service and palliative care clinical nurse specialist service. They have two specialist Consultants in palliative medicine, a team of doctors and specialist nurses working within the Hospice and the community as well as in Northampton General Hospital and Danetre Hospital in Daventry.

Story behind the Charity single – Liz Cox (Landlady)

The history of it starts with our pub becoming an entertainment venue, one of our regulars Jamie loves “Take me Home, Country Road” by John Denver and this soon became our pub anthem, anyway one evening myself, my Mucker (Liz’s partner) and our very good friend Sean Grew who is also a performer at our pub decided it would be a good idea to try and release a charity single. Sean has contacts in The Lodge recording studio and we got fundraising as it was going to cost just get the single recorded.

We also approached our regular singers and musicians who all offered their time to record a band aid style song and video.

It sounds amazing and we want to raise as much money as possible. We also have all our regulars singing the chorus and all in the video from every age range it has truly been a project from the whole community.

To watch the Charity Single:

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