A message from our Artist Director - Members of Trianon's management and Music Committees have taken part in a series of Zoom meetings over the past three weeks. Trianon News - to be published in Mid May - will summarise the key points resulting from those meetings looking toward to the time when we can all meet again to make music. Meanwhile they send greetings to everyone and hoping they are keeping safe and in good spirits.
A Walk in the Park
Former NHS worker, WW2 veteran and TMG Friend, Joan, aims to walk 102 laps of Allenby Park's pathways before her 102nd birthday in September to raise money to support NHS staff and volunteers caring for Covid-19 patients.
Not only is Joan part of the generation that built the NHS, she was an NHS worker too - first at Hillingdon Hospital, then for fourteen years at Felixstowe General Hospital as an auxiliary nurse.
For more than half her life Joan has lived near to an Allenby Park, either in Felixstowe, or in Jerusalem, where she was posted in the Army (1942-1946) as a ‘Red Cap' with the Provost.
When the park gates opened on April 22nd Joan resumed her regular park walks. She saw the NHS motive of love mowed into the grass and smiled. ‘Hospital workers can make you smile, even through a mask,’ she said.
Please support Joan, by giving a donation to the NHS, no matter how small.
April and our Spring Concert which never was may have come and gone but we can still enjoy the music. We have put together a Spotify playlist of the Spring Concert for you to listen to in your own time. Just follow the link below and enjoy.