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Just before Christmas Archbishop Malcolm attended a concert in the Metropolitan Cathedral for Isabel Morison, a music teacher at Sacred Heart College, Crosby.
Isabel has been diagnosed with a rare type of brain cancer and her friends, colleagues and the wider community have pulled out all the stops to raise money for her to receive potentially life-saving treatment.
Staff, pupils, family and friends joined together for the concert along with former student, Danielle Thomas, organist, Daniel Mansfield and choirs from St Nicholas’ singers, St Edmund Church choir, partner primary schools: Great Crosby, Ursuline and St Anne’s, the Sacred Heart staff choir and the Sacred Heart past pupil and staff choir.
Friend and colleague Miss Clarke, said, ‘The aim of the concert was to raise money for Isabel, a much valued teacher, colleague, mentor, friend and inspiration. The support and atmosphere that was evident in abundance showed the strength of Isabel’s positivity, impact and influence’.
Isabel is crowd funding through https://www.gofundme.com/isabel-treatment-fund