Bristol-based band the Alligators return to Tetbury
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Bristol-based band “The Alligators” are returning to the Dolphins Hall, Tetbury by special request on Saturday 17th October (8pm – 11.30pm). The band will be playing their wide selection of 60s and 70s music to raise funds for Tetbury Hospital.
After having played at the Dolphins Hall on a hugely successful Valentine’s night this year, the Friends of Tetbury Hospital were very keen to repeat the event.
There will be a raffle on the night. Tickets cost £10.00 either from Tetbury Hospital or Jesse Smith, Long Street, Tetbury.
The Friends of Tetbury Hospital run many fund raising events each year, all locally based; these are publicised in the Tetbury Advertiser and on the Friends page of the hospital’s website (www.tetburyhospital.co.uk/friends).
Tetbury Hospital Trust is a charity established in 1991 which receives payment from the NHS for patient treatments though not for new or replacement equipment. The Hospital’s survival depends on local fund-raising and the generosity of local people. In addition, local people donate money through their wills and over recent years income from legacies has grown.
Since the recent NHS re-organisation, the Hospital serves both Gloucestershire and Wiltshire with more than 20 consultants from both counties holding regular clinics there.
The Friends of Tetbury Hospital Editorial contact is Nicky Gordon who can be contacted on 07734 968749 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.