A recital of Baroque music at All Saints on Saturday October 25 raised more than £450 for an Eastern European charity.
Music by Bach, Scarlatti and Telemann was performed by Rona Pollard, oboe; Leslie Macleod, harpsichord; and Quinton Doyle, cello.
The concert was in aid of http://allsaintsjordanhill.org.uk/important-of-education-essay/, the leading palliative care charity in South Eastern Europe.
In developing countries like Romania, Serbia and Moldova, many patients still die in pain without being offered any physical, spiritual or emotional comfort.
Almost 20 years after the fall of communism these are still some of the poorest countries in Europe, with a struggling healthcare system that offers little or nothing in the way of hospice care.
http://allsaintsjordanhill.org.uk/important-of-education-essay/ is dedicated to improving the life of the terminally ill in Romania and surrounding countries by increasing access to hospice care and training.
Picture by Graeme Hely.