Classical singer gives back to Lincolnshire hospitals with new charity album

Singer Elaine Huckle says she would not be performing today if it wasn’t for the treatment and care she received from the NHS when she battled cancer 20 years ago.

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To show her appreciation the singer, who is based in Lincolnshire, will share the proceeds from her latest album between United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust and the music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins.

Elaine’s singing is known throughout the world and she has performed in concert as a soloist with many international artists including an appearance on Top of The Pops. Recently, Elaine has performed with the Lincolnshire Hospitals Band at Boston Stump and is a volunteer at Pilgrim hospital. She hopes her album and fundraising will support hospital staff and also help to lift patients and their families.

Elaine said: “Were it not for the support of the NHS, I would not have found myself performing in this album today. I am so thankful and hope this album will not only show my gratitude, but also recognise the commitment of NHS staff locally. They do such a wonderful job.

“I also like to think that the songs will bring hope and happiness to patients and their families.”

The album Songs For Everyone costs £10 and can be brought at ULHT hospital shops, online or by calling 01529 461704.