Christmas Magic at Alder Hey
Mince pies and magic were the ingredients to the Alder Hey Christmas lights switch on last night and Cybertill were chuffed to bits to be invited as a corporate partner.
Hosted by members of Alder Hey’s Young Person’s Forum, the lights were switched on by special guest Dante Marvin, a local child who won the Child of Courage award at the 2019 Pride of Britain Awards.
Prior to the big switch on, we were treated to music from Notre Dame Catholic College’s Resonate Brass Band and Christmas carols from St Paul & St Timothy’s Catholic Infant School Choir ending with Alder Hey Staff Makaton Choir performing the Wizard classic “I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday”.
Cybertill were invited to attend the festive event after having just partnered with Alder Hey as EPoS providers for their new charity shop and having raised money for Alder Hey with their National Customer Service Week activities, including a Netball tournament and a donation drive across the Stanley Grange Business Village, where Cybertill HQ is located.
Alder Hey Children’s Hospital is close to many people’s hearts, not just on Merseyside, but throughout the UK. Caring for over 330,000 children, young people and their families a year, it is one of the biggest children’s hospitals in Europe.
Alongside the hospital is the amazing Alder Hey Children’s Charity, which raises funds to help the running of the hospital and over the past six years they have raised over £43m that has paid for life-saving medical equipment and some of the most state-of-the-art facilities ever seen inside a hospital.
Alder Hey is truly a wonderful place. 💙
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