Unfortunately, due to poor ticket sales the WHAT Fundraising BBQ due to take place on Saturday 24th June will be postponed until further notice. If you have purchased a ticket please call to the WHAT Centre for a refund.
Can you play tennis? Do you enjoy a good barbecue with some great live music? If yes is the answer to either of these, then come along to St Anne’s Tennis Club, John’s Hill on Saturday 24 June for a special fundraiser for Waterford Healing Arts Trust.
Registration from 6.45pm, tennis starts at 7pm. Tickets €15 (tennis and barbecue) or €10 (barbecue only). All welcome. Advance bookings through www.stannestennis.com or (051) 874350. Further details from Waterford Healing Arts Trust at www.waterfordhealingarts.com and (051) 842664.
Announcing details of the event, Phyllis O’Shea, from the Fundraising Committee of Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) and long-term member of St Anne’s Tennis Club, said “Summer is here and the sun is out, so why not come and join us for a fun social evening at St Anne’s Tennis Club and help us raise funds for the great work of Waterford Healing Arts Trust. You don’t have to be Rafa Nadal or Serena Williams to take part – anyone can sign up for a short game of tennis, a delicious barbecue and some great live music – all for a good cause. Waterford Healing Arts Trust runs a wide range of arts programmes at University Hospital Waterford which contribute to the health and wellbeing of patients and their families. We’re fortunate to have this wonderful organisation here in Waterford, so let’s do all we can to support them. Our sincere thanks to St Anne’s Tennis Club for their invaluable support”.
Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) is Ireland’s leading arts and health programme. Established in 1993, WHAT brings arts experiences to the bedsides of patients at University Hospital Waterford (UHW) and other healthcare settings. WHAT believes that the arts contribute to the wellbeing and vitality of society and that engaging with the arts stimulates the participant’s sense of identity and creativity. WHAT also supports the development of arts and health in Ireland and manages the national website www.artsandhealth.ie