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Weekly Edition - Publication date:- 2016-11-10

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Britain's Got Talent Star performs for patients and staff at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre

A special visit was made to The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust, just before Christmas by Britain's Got Talent sensation Beau Dermott. The youngster from Widnes, who earned Amanda Holden's Golden Buzzer, on the TV talent show, sang for staff and patients at the Wirral Hospital.

Beau's dad Ian was treated at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre after being diagnosed with cancer earlier this year and the 12 year old was delighted to perform for the people who treated him. She said:- "It has been really nice to show our appreciation to everyone, to thank them for helping my dad and to sing for other patients. It was quite scary when dad was getting treated, but everyone was really lovely and I always trusted them to help him."

Ian, who received radiotherapy and chemotherapy at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, Wirral, during the summer, said:- "Everyone at Clatterbridge was so supportive. There were times when I didn't want to face the treatment but the nurses and radiotherapists supported me and kept me going. It is lovely to be back here and we will do anything and everything we can to support the work that happens here."

Beau sang a selection of songs including festive favourites Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas and Happy Christmas War is Over, before finishing her set with Defying Gravity from the Musical Wicked, the song that wowed the audience on BGT.

Beau is now planning a concert at The Philharmonic Hall in Liverpool on 15 April 2017. The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity is 1 of 3 charities that will benefit for the event.


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