Brainwave charity to bring festive feel to Lowestoft town centre

Volunteers from Brainwave, as well as those affected by brain injuries, will be singing Christmas ca

Volunteers from Brainwave, as well as those affected by brain injuries, will be singing Christmas carols at Lowestoft's Britten Centre. Picture: Nick Butcher - Credit: Archant

A charity supporting people affected by brain injuries is set to raise funds by hosting an afternoon of carol singing.

Brainwave held their annual chartiy cycle back in April, attended by the former Lowestoft mayor Nick

Brainwave held their annual chartiy cycle back in April, attended by the former Lowestoft mayor Nick Webb. Picture: Mick Howes - Credit: Archant

This Saturday, December 23, volunteers from the Brainwave Independence Group will be accompanied by people who receive the charity's help to sing festive favourites from 1pm at the Britten Centre in Lowestoft.

Brainwave relies heavily on public support and its committee of volunteers work tirelessly to fund raise and assist those whose lives have been transformed by brain injuries.

In April, the charity held its annual sponsored bike ride, which was attended by the then-mayor of Lowestoft, Nick Webb.

Committee member Scott Crowson said: 'A lot is happening with the charity at the moment and there have been loads of events this year.


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'Brain injuries are often overlooked, but we'll we down at the Britten Centre with a collection bucket and having a laugh together.'

Visit the Brainwave website for more details about the charity's work.

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