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Choir and fundraising at the 'King's Speech' play in Sheffield

Hilary Liddle | 05.05.2015

A huge thanks to the Giving Voice SLT choir and Sheffield and Doncaster self-help groups, who raised awareness and funds for the BSA at the Lyceum Theatre's run of The King's Speech.

Group outside Lyceum Theatre, with BSA banner and Sheffield Giving Voice poster.

 

On 15th April, the Doncaster Stammering Association (DSA) members headed over to Sheffield, in convoy, to join the Giving Voice SLT choir outside the Lyceum Theatre.

The choir, in fine voice, serenaded the theatre-goers whilst we chatted to them about stammering and about the important work of the BSA.

The evening was great fun and a good opportunity to speak openly about stammering. Hundreds of BSA fliers were handed out and £177 was raised for the BSA.

Hilary Liddle, SLT (speech and language therapist)

 

Giving Voice choir, with Giving Voice flyer 'Speech and language therapy transforms lives'./