George’s Trust would like to say a huge thank you to Romsey Rotary Club Test for the wonderful carols in Romsey on Monday 23rd December 2019. They donated £1750 of the proceeds to George’s Trust. Thank you also to everyone who came along.
This lovely bunch from Awbridge took part in the Ferndown Triathlon held at the Leisure Centre on Sunday 13th October. Thank you to Rachel, Jo, Hannah, Ella, Mya, Nicholas, Evelyn and Sammy for taking part and raising over £400 for George’s Trust. You are amazing!
Matthew being inducted as the fourth ‘young gentleman’ of the Choir at Choral Evensong on Sunday 29th September. He is now singing as a tenor on the back row of the Choir. Martin Seymour (Romsey Abbey Musical Director) ‘Thank you again to George’s Trust for part funding this post’.
As the new YG’s (young gentlemen of the choir) continue to receive dedicated training, camaraderie and pay Romsey Abbey are proud to invest in the future of the choir and the choirs around us.
George’s Trust are part funding the new tenors and bases and the Rotary clubs are funding the junior organ scholar, Henry, who is gaining valuable experience and tuition.
Want to be part of this vibrant organisation? Bring your child along to a choir rehearsal all we need is enthusiasm and we’ll do the rest contact:
Text ‘CHOIR’ to 60066
George’s Trust selling strawberries and cream along with Mooeys at today’s Mayor’s Picnic
Awbridge Primary School held a sponsored walk in aid of George’s Trust on Friday 5th July. 160 children and teaching staff walked around the local area and the children ranged from 4 – 11yrs old. They raised £ 1732.00 + gift aid! What an amazing thing to do! Well done amazing Awbridge Primary School! Thank you so much !
George’s Trust had great pleasure in sponsoring this event in Romsey Abbey today which is part of the Romsey Youth Music Festival. Young musicians from this area had the opportunity of playing with the Royal Marines Band in a Concert this evening having practiced in workshops throughout the day. It was amazing how well they did!