Hill starts Christmas by supporting World Child Cancer!
Hill was very excited to start December in a festive and giving fashion, by sponsoring World Child Cancer’s The Spirit of Christmas event.
The carol-filled evening, held in Sloane Square’s Holy Trinity Church, was packed with music, guest speakers, and plenty of mince pies!
With outstanding musical performances from Dulwich College Chapel Choir, continued supporters of World Child Cancer, Clare Presland, a Mezzo Soprano and Joyful Way Incorporated, a Ghanaian Gospel Choir, the caroling provided a way for all to celebrate the start of Christmas with World Child Cancer. Various special guest speakers also attended the event: actor, writer and director Johnathan Guy Lewes; multi-award winning actress Lesley Manville OBE; actress Lucy Robinson and actress and playwright Imogen Stubbs all entertained the audience with various Christmas readings.
World Child Cancer works to increase access to diagnosis, treatment and support for children with cancer in the developing world, as well as improving facilities and providing training for healthcare patients and staff. Hill was proud to support such an important cause, and boost awareness of a charity which is completing vital work to provide access to quality cancer care across the world.