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Two community choirs in South West London have collectively raised over £800 for RALPHH through concerts held in March.

The first of these was held on an evening at All Saints Church Twickenham and was presented by Vocality Teddington. The audience heard a selection of popular music and showed enthusiastic support for contemporary songs, including the Eurovision hit “Spaceman”.

The second concert by Euphonix took place at a lunchtime in the café area of the Rose Centre in Kingston, where a large audience were enthralled by a cosmopolitan array of music from different era and different cultural backgrounds. RALPHH was chosen to be the recipient of audience donations from this concert in part through Jane Allen being one of the choir members, Jane being the mother of the late Robert Allen whose memory was the catalyst in establishing the RALPHH charity.

“We are most grateful to the generosity of the audiences at these concerts and for the respective choir members choosing to support RALPHH with their efforts,” said Richard Allen, Chairman of the charity. “All concerned can be assured that the funds will be put to good use in funding more defibrillator installations at amateur sporting venues, both across South West London and the rest of the country.”

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