Venue: Town Hall Arches

The 16th night of the Christchurch Living Advent Calendar was held in Saxon Square.

The Treasurer of Christchurch Rotary Club David Hancock welcomed the audience and introduced the charity – University Hospitals NHS Charity. Their representative Karen Smith introduced the charity and the great work they do. Stephen Godsall (guitar) entertained the audience. Rotarian and evening sponsor Colin Mattthews from ERCO Coaching presented a cheque for £500 to Karen. Tonight the best fundraiser was Rotarian Mike Kearley.

Stephen Godsall –
December 16th’s surprise performer!

Stephen Godsall is a composer and multi-instrumentalist based in Dorset.

His new album “We could fix everything” has just been released on the Jazzhalo label and on Bandcamp.

Stephen performed improvised variations on Christmas tunes using solo guitar and electronics.

Stephen Godsall on YouTube

Stephen Godsall logo
Stephen Godsall performing for CLAC
Erko Coaching present cheque to the University Hospitals NHS Charity
dogs watching the performance
Stephen Godsall performing for CLAC

Tonight’s charity – all funds raised go to:

University Hospitals Dorset NHS Charity

Established to make a difference to every patient and every condition that is treated at our hospitals and provide added value to provisions made though NHS funding. By working with the community and businesses we help provide a better environment, extra equipment and training to help improve the health and wellbeing of both our patients and our staff.

Thanks to our sponsor for tonight’s event:

Erko Coaching

ERKO Coaching is a Bournemouth based company that provides business coaches to local organisations. Our coaches help employees to develop their capabilities to the highest levels. We also provide a range of assessment tools and exercises for recruitment and staff development.

Thanks to the venue:

Town Hall Arches in Saxon Square