Musical salute to the military

Law firm Mills & Reeve will be hosting a musical salute to the British military by staging a charity concert in aid of military patients raising funds for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity.

The concert will be held at St Philip’s Cathedral, Colmore Row, on Thursday 17 June at 7.30pm.

Mills & Reeve has joined forces with musicians and singers from Birmingham, including Birmingham Conservatoire’s Brass Ensemble, Quinton Community Choir, soprano Abigail Kelly, bass/baritone Godfrun Moore and gospel singer David Copeland to present a gala evening of music. The event will be compered by TV news presenter Michael Collie.

Money raised from the concert will be donated towards the Forces and Families Centre to be built at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.

Dawn Brathwaite from Mills & Reeve said: “This is an opportunity for members of the public to show their appreciation for our soldiers, whilst helping to raise funds for a worthy cause.

“The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham does some fantastic work for our forces and we hope that by staging this concert we will be able support the hospital so that it can continue doing the excellent work.”

Mike Hammond, chief executive of Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity, said: “We are delighted that Mills & Reeve has chosen to support the military patients treated here in Birmingham. The charity is only able to provide those extra comforts for patients thanks to the generosity of firms like Mills & Reeve and the support of the people of Birmingham.”

Tickets are priced £12 each. For all enquiries and tickets contact events@mills-reeve.com or contact Clare Thompson on 0121 456 8216.

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