Residents at Help for Heroes Recovery Centre, Tedworth House, were treated to an evening of live entertainment courtesy of the Combined Services Entertainment (CSE).
The CSE, official provider of live entertainment to the British Armed Forces, organised for professional dancers, singers and comedians to descend upon Tedworth House and perform a morale boosting concert to the wounded, injured and sick.
Comedians Maff Brown, Tony Salmon and Andrew Hayden were joined by talented musicians Brooke Supple and Georgi Georgiev who performed a medley of rock and pop classics that got the audience onto their feet and dancing. CSE Dancers also performed throughout the evening to residents, staff and members of the Band of Brothers and Band of Sisters.
Centre manager Giles Woodhouse said: “We are extremely grateful to the CSE for their efforts in putting on such an entertaining evening. Events such as these allow our injured servicemen and women to come together and socialise. It raises their spirits and puts a smile on their faces.”
CSE routinely sends tours of entertainment to Afghanistan, Cyprus and the Falkland Islands. We hope to see them return to Help for Heroes Recovery Centre Tedworth House next year.