Norfolk woman’s 12-hour musical marathon in memory of late husband
A Norfolk women is taking on a marathon of musical proportions as she prepares to play the keyboard for 12 hours.
Noelle Scott, 69, is a legal secretary by day but her real passion is music.
Having raised money in the past for a CAT scanner at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King's Lynn, she is now raising money for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.
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She is raising the money in memory of her late husband Denis Scott, 83, who died at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in September last year.
Ms Scott said: "I played around Norfolk some years ago, but due to my husband's failing health, I have had to put the music on hold for the last few years to care for him.
"He played a vital part in helping me with the music in his earlier days, but sadly, he passed away last September.
"However, I know he would have wanted me to take up where I left off, and it is therefore my intention to get back into music in a big way."
The marathon will be held from 10am to 10pm at Narborough Sports and Social Club, in Narborough, between Kings Lynn and Swaffham, on Saturday, June 29.
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