Fundraising cracker

A secondary school pulled together over the festive period to present a Christmas carol concert in honour of a music teacher.

Sacred Heart Catholic College in Crosby, put on a spectacular show at Liverpool’s Metropolitan Cathedral to raise money for Isabel Morison, a teacher diagnosed with a rare type of brain cancer.

In attendance were staff, pupils, family and friends all hoping to raise funds for Isabel’s life-saving treatment, which could cost up to £200,000.

Miss Clarke, a friend and colleague of Isabel, said: “The support and atmosphere that was evident in abundance not only showed the strength of Isabel’s positivity, impact and influence, but also recognised what a special community Sacred Heart really is.

“Thanks go to our musical director, Mr Foy, whose hard work and dedication brought large numbers of colleagues, friends, students and well-wishers from across the Sacred Heart community and beyond. We were also very honoured to have His Grace, Archbishop Malcolm McMahon in attendance.”

Fundraising events will continue into 2019, including a comedy bingo night and a night of singing entertainment, for which tickets will be available soon.

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