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Live Music Evening, Saturday 10th February 2024

A full, sold-out hall at the Sherwood URC was entertained from start to finish by three wonderful bands. Playing and singing of the highest quality had the audience up, dancing and calling for more! At the end of a joyous evening, thanks to the effort of the bands and audience, over £1,100 had been raised…
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Live Music Evening, Saturday 18th May 2024 United Reformed Church, Sherwood 7.30 p.m.

ANOTHER GREAT LIVE MUSIC EVENING, with THREE LOCAL BANDS LOOMA – Acoustic roots and folk from the swamps of Louisiana to the Swedish midnight Sun, and everywhere in between PAUL CARBUNCLE – Some call it folk-punk while others call it punk-folk STRAWBERRY JAMMERS – A feast of folk, a hint of blues and a little…
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Live music evening, Friday 24th November 2023

A great night of music, played to a packed house, with three very talented groups providing rich entertainment. The result (apart from a good night’s music and dancing) – £1000 raised, which will more than cover one Liberian student midwife’s course and accommodation fees for a year! Performing were: – Strawberry Jammers: A feast of…
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HLMT Zumbathon, Saturday 4 November 2023, 10.00 until 12.30, Sherwood URC

Thirty-eight Zumbathoners lit up the hall with their energy and joy. Charm, Daley, HLMT trustee and herself an experienced Zumba instructor and four other brilliant Zumba instructors led the Zumbathon. Two-and-a-half hours of dancing, exercising, laughing and fun! A raffle, HLMT merchandise, cakes and refreshments too. RESULT – over £1000 raised for grants to Liberian…
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HLMT Newsletter, May: 2023 Summer activities, how YOU can actively support HLMT and more…

So much has happened in the past few months, and we’re looking forward to another period when you, our supporters will continue to help us to provide further grants for midwifery students in Liberia. As Spring turns to Summer, The Helen Loewenstein Memorial Trust encourages you to actively contribute to what HLMT does. 1. Why…
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LIVE MUSIC, with THREE LOCAL BANDS, Saturday 4th February 2023, Sherwood, Nottingham

A brilliant night’s music, played to a full house of over 80. From the beautiful harmonies of QM to the energy-filled sets by Blend and Darkhorse, the audience was richly entertained and rewarded. And, at the end of the night, the event netted £1,110 for HLMT! More than sufficient to pay the course and accommodation…
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HLMT Newsletter, January 2023

The Helen Loewenstein Memorial Trust would like to wish you and all other HLMTsupporters a happy and healthy 2023.A lot has happened in the past few months, and we’re looking forward to another yearwhen our supporters will help us to provide further grants for midwifery students in Liberia.The eight Liberian midwifery students that HLMT currently…
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Stanley Accrington and the Strawberry Jammers, 25th November 2022, Lady Bay, Nottingham

Another great night of music – a gig organised by Dave and Wendy Pratt to benefit The Helen Loewenstein Memorial Trust, which raised close to £1,200 for HLMT – fantastic! Stanley Accrington and the Strawberry Jammers each played a couple of stonking sets to a packed room. Thanks to Dave and Wendy, the musicians, trustees…
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Saturday, 19th November 2022 Boots Orchestra in Nottingham

St. Mark’s Church, Woodthorpe (7:30 p.m.) The Boots Orchestra played a great concert in aid of The Helen Loewenstein Memorial Trust www.hlmt.org.uk at St Mark’s Church, Woodthorpe. A highlight was Saint-Saens’s 3rd violin concerto, with Megumi Rolfe, soloist in residence at the Boots Orchestra, playing beautifully. The programme also included the Overture to “Mirella” by…
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An evening of live music – extraordinary women and more… Louise Jordan, singer-songwriter + Paul Carbuncle support, 28th May 2022 7.30 p.m.

A packed hall was treated to an evening of wonderful music by Louise Jordan and Paul Carbuncle. The theme of Louise’s songs was “Extraordinary women, lesser known and better known.” They included journalist Dorothy Lawrence, working-class suffragette from Derbyshire, Hannah Mitchell and Florence Nightingale. Paul’s folk-punk medley included a brilliant self-penned song about the hostile…
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