On Friday 19 December, the Bar Convent Chapel in York is hosting a concert support the Disasters Emergecny Committee’s response to the Ebola crisis in West Africa. All proceeds will go to the DEC Ebola Crisis Appeal. The DEC is comprised of thirteen leading aid agencies, including CAFOD.
According to the World Health Organisation, the current outbreak of Ebola has infected more than 14,000 people and killed more than 5,000. The true figures may be even higher. So far parishes, schools and individuals across England and Wales who have responded with huge compassion to CAFOD’s Ebola Crisis Appeal, donating more than one million pounds, to help stop the spread of the virus across Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea.
The concert will feature the following fantastic musicians:
• Bethany Hare- A young singer who received a standing ovation in 2013 at Headingley Stadium, and who works extensively for good causes.
• Paula Ryan- a folk singer from Tipperary who plays the Marimba, the Guitar Bazouki, the Bodhran and Djembe and who won the Shrewsbury Folk Festival Peace Song 2014 Competition.
• David Swann- a local folk singer and acoustic guitarist, who won the best new song about Yorkshire, in the Radio York, Song for Yorkshire competition.
• A Specially Assembled Music Group of Combined Parishes
Tickets are £5. The concert will start at 7.30pm on 19 December 2014. Paperless Tickets/ Reservations may be purchased in advance at York’s three Oxfam shops, on Goodramgate, Micklegate and Low Petergate. You may also purchase paperless tickets online, if you wish to do this please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Bar Convent is at 17 Blossom Street, York. If you have further enquiries about the concert please contact email@example.com.
Click here to find out more about CAFOD’s response to the Ebola Crisis in West Africa.
In the event the DEC raises enough money for the response to Ebola, all proceeds of the concert will go to the DEC Gaza Appeal. The DEC is a registered Charity No. 1062638