North Devon schools are getting their voices heard in appreciation of North Devon District Hospital

Beginning on Wednesday 22nd April 2020 at 6.30pm, on Wednesday evenings local radio station ‘The Voice’ will be playing Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds for pupils, families and staff of North Devon schools to ‘chirp’ away to.

Everyone will Tune in, turn it up and step outside to raise money for Over and Above, North Devon Distirct Hospital’s charity which funds medical equipment and facilities and supports staff well-being, to enhance patient care in North Devon.

Tune in

You can tune into The Voice at 106.1 & 107.8FM on Digital Radio, Online, Mobile App and Smart Speaker.

Visit The Voice website >

Donate

If you are able to, please visit the Just Giving page set up to donate to Over and Above.

Over and Above is the registered working name of the Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust Charitable Fund and supports the work of Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust.

They fundraise ‘Over and Above’ what the NHS is able to provide to make a real difference to the patients, their families and our amazing staff that treat them.

Donate via Just Giving Website >

Resources

Videos

YouTube video with Makaton signing, and music for brass instruments from Newport Community School Primary Academy


YouTube video and chords for piano and guitar from South Molton Community College

Download Three Little Birds Chords >

Bird template



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Other ways you can help…

On the 12th May, local councils will be taking part in the NHS Turn it Blue Campaign. Iconic buildings in North Devon will be lit in blue in honour of our NHS heroes. The campaign was originally meant to be a celebration of the 200th Birthday of Florence Nightingale and to commemorate the year of the Nurse and Midwife, but now it means so much more.

Let’s turn North Devon Blue in honour of the hardworking heroes of the NHS; please support us by turning your own spaces BLUE on the 12th May! #lightupfortheNHS.