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Home > News & events > News > Musicians and familiar faces attend charity carol concert at St Paul’s Cathedral
Over 1,500 guests were treated to performances from the Choir of St. Pauls Cathedral, Sheku Kanneh-Mason and Classical Reflection.
The Rt. Hon Theresa May gave a reading from Cider with Rosie while Derrick Evans, also known as Mr Motivator, gave a reading from The Grinch by Dr Seuss. Susan Hampshire gave a reading from the Barn while Sheku Kanneh-Mason performed In the Bleak Midwinter.
JDRF supporter Simon Vinnicombe and his son George reminded the congregation why we were raising money for type 1 diabetes by sharing his family’s experience of living with the condition.
JDRF CEO Karen Addington said: “I’d like to thank everyone who made last night’s carol concert the success that it was. The talented performers and readers, the Royal Osteoporosis Society and all of you who joined us in the Cathedral and sang so beautifully. Your support will help us deliver our mission to help people live better with type 1, prevent people ever developing it and one day, find cures.”
We wrote to the producers of the hit BBC show after they broadcast jokes about type 1 diabetes.
Parliamentary Inquiry chaired by our Global Health Ambassador, Rt. Hon Theresa May MP and Sir George Howarth MP, highlights the risks of type 1 diabetes-related eating disorders (T1DE).
In an historic advancement in the treatment of type 1 diabetes, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) today approves hybrid closed loop for the majority of people living with type 1 diabetes in England and Wales.
Immunotherapy, beta cell replacement, smart insulins – we’re driving research in the most promising areas to find cures and better treatments for type 1 diabetes.