A Rydal Penrhos pupil will be performing at Ty Gobaith’s virtual fundraiser.
Tegid Goodman-Jones, who is a Year 13 pupil at Rydal Penrhos, has lent his support to the Conwy children’s hospice, who are embracing the “new normal” on Saturday 5 December for their “Bringing the Big Night Out, In!” extravaganza that will be live-streamed on Ty Gobaith’s YouTube channel.
There will be a host of individual performances from people including Harry and Alayah – who were finalists in The Greatest Dancer – Cor Glanaethwy from Britain’s Got Talent and Elin Fflur.
Tegid’s contribution is sure to be another notable highlight, with the pupil achieving an exceptional amount regionally and nationally during an outstanding singing career to date.
His success has included the Urdd National Eisteddfod, the Llangollen International Eisteddfod and he was also a special guest at the Daily Post Schools Awards in 2019.
As part of the evening, Ty Gobaith will be holding an online auction that everyone can get involved with, in addition to a host of entertainment and a raffle, with the festivities set to get underway at 7.30pm.
Hope House and Ty Gobaith have been hit hard by the pandemic, with their fundraising income going down and costs increasing due to the increased requirement for PPE.
Their children and families need support more than ever and every penny raised will ensure they can continue to provide vital care during these challenging times.
Rydal Penrhos has raised thousands for Ty Gobaith over the years, with the annual Christmas Market providing much-needed funds for the extremely worthy cause.
Although this event cannot take place this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, the school is still taking donations for the Hospice online.
Anyone wishing to donate can do so here: https://visufund.com/rydal-penrhos-christmas-fundraiser
Rydal Penrhos is now able to offer private tours to prospective pupils and their families.