NEWCIS is to celebrate 25 years of making a difference to carers.

On Friday, November 22 (7pm), an event of celebration will be held at St Asaph Cathedral.

It promises to be a delightful evening of chorus, music and laughter at the cathedral to help raise money to for local carers in crisis.

The evening will feature the award-winning Flint Male Voice Choir.

Helen Owen, events co-ordinator at NEWCIS, said: "The celebration is an evening sure to deliver; looking back over the years at NEWCIS and at such a stunning setting, all whilst raising money for family carers in crisis."

NEWCIS supports people who are caring for family and friends.

Unlike care staff, these people care without a wage and often with little or no break.

NEWCIS provides information, support, groups, training, grants, events, respite, crisis support and much more to carers.

Claire Sullivan, CEO of NEWCIS, added: "Thursday, November 21 is Carers Rights Day, supporting this fundraiser at St Asaph Cathedral is an ideal way to support local people with a caring responsibility."

Tickets are available for just a £10 suggested donation and can be purchased in advance from all NEWCIS offices and shops - at Buckley, Mold, Rhyl and Wrexham.

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