Windsor Royal Parks Charity Recital

Catherine Porter knows Breathing Matters and, for her, it is a family affair.  Her much loved Aunt Eileen was diagnosed with the life-limiting degenerative lung disease pulmonary fibrosis.   It was a devastating diagnosis, but in the aftermath, Catherine knew her Aunt was getting the best medical care available because if she had any queries about the treatment her Aunt was receiving she could ask for advice from her Aunt Jo who is a consultant and research scientist at University College London and who co-founded the charity, Breathing Matters.

Catherine is a University of Cambridge cello scholar, and she is joining up with Philip Howard, international award winning pianist, to hold a recital in Windsor Great Park in aid of Breathing Matters.  This is being held at Cumberland Lodge on the evening of Sunday, 23rd July 2017.

Tickets are free, but you will need to reserve your ticket at 01344 624279 as there is a named door entry.


Come along and enjoy great atmospheric music and a glass of wine in this beautiful 17th Century building in the Great Park.

If you are not able to attend, please support Catherine at:

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