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Royal Fundraiser Looking to Hit the Right Notes For Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland

His Majesty’s Royal Marine Band will perform at a Rotary Club charity night in Aviemore this month.

The Rotary Club of Spey Valley has organised the night in the auditorium of the Macdonald Aviemore Resort for Wednesday 29th May.

A range of charities will benefit from the night including Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland, Scotland’s largest health charity.

The Royal Marine Band Scotland are currently based in Rosyth and are one of the five bands that make up the musical wing of the Royal Navy. They boost troop morale, support international diplomacy and pay tribute to their comrades.

Anne Magarin, Community, Events and Corporate Fundraiser for Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland, said: “We would like to thank the Rotary Club of Spey Valley for holding this charity concert and raising money for us.

“With the Royal Marine Band performing it should be a wonderful night of music for a variety of good causes.

The money raised will help CHSS to support the 1 in 5 people across the country who are living with chest, heart and stroke conditions and Long Covid to live their lives to the full.

It has been years since a full military band has performed in the Highlands. A range of Rotary causes will have funds raised for them including Climb to Recovery, a service charity which assists service personnel who have lost limbs in conflict.

Tickets for the night can be bought through Eventbrite here or by emailing a local Rotary Club member.

Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland is committed to reaching 175,000 people living with its conditions across Scotland a year by 2028 through its Community Healthcare Support Services.

Find out more about fundraising for Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland.

If you’re living with the effects of a chest, heart or stroke condition or Long Covid and looking for advice and information, please contact Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland’s Advice Line on 0808 801 0899. You can also text NURSE to 66777 or email 

People are leaving hospital feeling scared and alone. You can change that.

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