If you love jazz and cream teas, plus you’d like to help local people affected by cancer and other serious conditions, you don’t want to miss our upcoming Garden Jazz with Tea in Chorleywood event this September.
Featuring the BSV Jazz Band, Paul Strickland Scanner Centre’s outdoor music event promises to be an enjoyable and relaxing outing for all the family.
The band were formed in 2006 and have an active membership of around 15 musicians playing a wide range of jazz and jazz inspired music. They have played for the Mayor of St Albans at the Annual Charity Ball and at many other events run by local and national charities.
Paul Strickland Scanner Centre is an independent medical charity at Mount Vernon Hospital which carries out monitoring and diagnosis of people with mainly cancer, but also other serious conditions using CT, MRI and PET/CT scanners as well as medical research. The charity has to raise money in order to continually update its scanning equipment and help make sure that patients receive the best possible care.
· Garden Jazz with Tea in Chorleywood is taking place at Long Lane, Heronsgate, on Sunday 3 September from 2pm to 4.30pm. Tickets are £17 (£10 for under 12s). Book now by calling 01923 844290 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org – advance bookings only. Please bring your own picnic rug and chair.
About Paul Strickland Scanner Centre
Paul Strickland Scanner Centre is an independent medical charity based at Mount Vernon Hospital, a specialist cancer centre located in Greater London.
We provide comprehensive scanning services to the NHS and private health sectors for the diagnosis, treatment monitoring and research of cancer and other serious diseases, using leading edge PET/CT, MRI and CT scanners.
We offer the highest quality imaging services with specialist staff to deliver excellence to all patients and clinicians.
Legacies and donations help fund new scanners which have to be replaced every 3 – 5 years. Annually, we undertake more than 13,000 scans giving patients the opportunity of a healthier future.
For more information, visit http://www.stricklandscanner.org.uk