Sharon’s musical talent raises money for charity!

  • Sharon and her dynamic choral duo!

    Sharon and her dynamic choral duo!

Lincoln office Lettings Manager Sharon Kirk provides festive musical cheer for the throng at Lincoln Christmas Market to raise money for the 'When You Wish Upon A Star Charity' children's charity!

Well done to our Sharon Kirk who braved the crowds at the Lincoln Christmas Market last weekend playing Christmas ditties on her piano organ by the gates of Lincoln Castle. As you can see above she was ably supported by the Santa's North Pole Carol Singers! We are pleased to report that £63 was raised - a heroic effort in cold conditions. Sharon would like to thank all her supporters.

When You Wish Upon A Star is a small charity whose primary aim is to grant the wishes of children suffering from life threatening illnesses, and since they started in 1990, they have granted wishes for some very brave and courageous children and their families. All children have wishes, but for these children and their families that 'wish' is so much more precious.

Wishes are varied and far reaching. For some a trip to Disney Florida or Paris to meet their favourite characters, for others it is a chance to get up close to a favourite pop star or sporting hero and some children simply want books and toys. Whatever the Wish, wherever possible, When You Wish Upon A Star will aim to make that Wish a reality.

At When You Wish Upon A Star, we rely solely on fundraising events and the generosity of the public to enable us to grant the Wishes of these special and courageous children. Your help is vital and with your support, we can provide a marvellous experience, during a very difficult time.

At Robert Bell & Company we commend this hard working charity to one and all. Do go to to learn more about their work and how you can help.

Tony Wing DipsSurv FNAEA MRICS
Sales Director
Lincoln Office
Tel:   01522 538888
Twitter: @robertbellandco


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