Supported Charities

We have supported many local and national charities over the years.

In recent times we have aligned ourselves with the current Mayor of Dudley, and have chosen to support his / her nominated charities throughout the mayoral year - and this year (May 2018 to April 2019) is no different. This means that some of the proceeds from our main concerts (Autumn 2018 and Christmas 2018) will be donated to the Mayor’s fund.

Details of the three charities nominated this year appear in the panel below

Mayor of Dudley's charities 2018 / 2019

The Mayor of Dudley, Councillor Alan Taylor, has chosen to help three charities in his year as Mayor.

Headway Black Country

Headway Black Country supports people and family members coping with an acquired brain injury. Their small, expert team provides information and support. They also provide a specialist brain injury rehabilitation service that offers a wide range of activities designed to help brain injury survivors relearn lost skills and gain new ones.

Hope Centre

Hope Centre, Halesowen is a non-profit organisation in Halesowen dedicated to charity work, providing a place where people can access activities; social and educational at their point of need and to assist all by supporting, befriending and serving in whatever way possible to alleviate distress, poverty and loneliness.

White House Cancer Support

White House Cancer Support is a charity providing practical help, emotional support and information to people with cancer, their families, friends and carers across the Black Country.

In addition to the above, we will also be supporting the following

On 8th November 2018 In conjunction with Dudley MBC at the "Dudley Remembers", Festival of Remembrance (commemorating the centenary of the end of the First World War)  - The Royal British Legion

Details of support at other concerts will be announced on this page in the future when arrangements have been confirmed