A CONCERT raised cash for a health charity.
The NHS in Yorkshire and the Humber raised more than £3,000 for the Stroke Association at their annual carol service.
In December more than 3,000 health workers packed into the York Minster for the 30th annual NHS carol concert where the choir and the congregation sang festive songs like Ding Dong Merrily on High and O Come All Ye Faithful.
Kathryn Riddle, chairman of NHS Yorkshire and the Humber, said: “The carol service was a wonderful occasion in one of the most beautiful settings the region has to offer.
“Raising the amount of money we did is tremendous and shows how people feel about the Stroke Association and the work they do.It was a special day.”