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Panto Support for Myton Hospice


The Royal Spa Centre’s annual pantomime opens this weekend and the entertainment venue have partnered up with The Myton Hospices to fundraise for the charity throughout the run. In the past few years, charities supported have included Helping Hands, Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice and most recently, the Side by Side theatre group. They’ve all raised an average of £10,000 thanks to the generosity of the Spa Centre’s pantomime audiences.


Amidst the cost of living crisis, both the teams at the Royal Spa Centre and The Myton Hospices are of course aware of the pressure that all families are under but are positive that any amount of spare change will make a difference.


The Myton Hospices need to raise over £9 million a year to sustain their services and the boost provided by fund raising at the Royal Spa Centre pantomime performances comes at a busy time of year for the charity.


Charlotte Ingram, Director of Voluntary Income Generation and Supporter Development for The Myton Hospices said: “We would like to say a huge thank you to Warwick District Council for choosing us as its charity to support through this year’s pantomime, Cinderella, at the Royal Spa Centre in Leamington Spa.


We need to raise £9.1 million every year to continue providing our services free of charge to people living with terminal illnesses across Coventry and Warwickshire, so every penny raised really does make a big difference. We are very fortunate to have the backing of our local community and we know you will support us as much as you possibly can, so please dig deep and give generously this Christmas. Thank you from all of us at Myton, our patients and their families.”


The charity focuses on enhancing life when cure is no longer an option; supporting people living with a terminal illness, and their families, from the point of diagnosis to end of life at hospices in Warwick, Rugby and Coventry.


The call out for volunteers to shake buckets after performances as audiences leave the building has been hugely successful demonstrating the love for the charity in the area as well as people’s desire to help.

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