Supporting Teenage Cancer Trust

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Some of you may have heard the news that our very own awesome tag man, Sam Hubbard is currently undergoing treatment for Hodgkins lymphoma.

Cancer really sucks.

Cancer in kids and young people sucks even more.

Sam and random barbershoppers

Sam is receiving his treatments in Ward J94 at St. James Hospital in Leeds. The ward is part of the Teenage Cancer Trust who provide life-changing care for people in the UK for kids and young people – just like Sam. But their specialist units, nurses and youth support co-ordinators need a lot of funding to allow considerate care to be given to young people with cancer.

Having seen the epic total that Tim Briggs has achieved with his sponsored Great North Run challenge, we at Harmony Camp HQ were inspired to do something to support the fantastic work that the Teenage Cancer Trusts does too.

All the profits raised by the sale of the beer and cider on the Friday and Saturday evening will be donated to the Teenage Cancer Trust.

So when you buy a beer at just £2 a pint, not only will it taste great, but you can get a warm fuzzy feeling in your heart too, knowing that you are supporting a great cause – and hey, if you want to pop in any extra funds in there to help raise the total, then you know exactly where each penny is going.

Sam – we love you. Sending you all the Barberlove and support we can collectively muster.

See you at HCamp17. -x-

A random comment on Facebook reminded me of a little project at the BABS 40th convention when Pentatonix released one of their own arrangements for their fans to sing. So sing it we did.

With a free mixed accapella arrangement floating around it felt rude not to get some tracks made up and added to the HCamp Chorus repertoire.

Take a listen to “Run to You” – choose your part from 5 and add it to your learning list.  Its something a bit different, and should be fun!

Log onto the attendees page on the website to get downloading. If you can’t find the password in the first pole cat email, get in touch:


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