The Mayor of Worcester, Councillor Allah Ditta, is holding a concert at the Guildhall on Wednesday, July 31, as part of his fundraising drive to support four local charities.
Cllr Ditta is devoting his year in office to supporting St Richard’s Hospice, Worcester Wheels, Headway Worcestershire and Worcester Cathedral.
The concert at the Guildhall, starting at 7.30pm, will be an evening of Ghazal, folk Geet and Punjabi singing with two acclaimed performers, Sabir Mirza and Aahista Aahista.
Cllr Ditta said: “This will be a memorable concert with two of the best Punjabi and Pakistani music performers in the UK. They are both making the wonderful gesture of giving their time for free to help raise funds for some of the best-loved causes in Worcester. It’s an evening that’s not to be missed.”
Tickets cost £25 each and include light refreshments. To book, email email@example.com. Tickets will also be available on the door.
St. Richard’s Hospice cares for adults with a serious progressive illness, improving their quality of life from diagnosis, during treatment and to their last days.
Worcester Wheels is part of the Community Transport Partnership, offering lifts in cars, MPVs and minibuses for visits to doctors, opticians, chiropodists, hospital appointments, to visit friends or even just do shopping.
Headway Worcestershire supports people affected by acquired brain injury across Worcestershire.
The history of Worcester Cathedral stretches back to the seventh century. The magnificent historic building is a centre for worship, community and culture.