Alzheimer Scotland is the leading dementia organisation in Scotland.

Supergroup Boyzlife to help raise vital funds for dementia

Wednesday 3 May 2017

Brian McFadden (Westlife) and Keith Duffy (Boyzone), part of the multi-platinum, record breaking bands, Westlife and Boyzone, have joined forces to create Boyzlife to celebrate the success of the two chart-topping bands.

The duo who are coming to the end of their UK-wide tour will headline Alzheimer Scotland’s annual ‘Forget Me Not Ball’ on 9 September at The Marriott Hotel in Glasgow.

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Keith Duffy, said: “We both love Scotland andwe’ve always been made to feel so welcome all over the country so we are looking forward to performing at Alzheimer Scotland’s Forget Me Not Ball in Glasgow this September. We hope the charity raises vital funds on the night to continue to do amazing work.”

Marilyn Boyd, Community Fundraiser from Alzheimer Scotland, added: “We are all thrilled that Boyzlife will be joining us at our annual Forget Me Not Ball which is now a big highlight in our fundraising calendar in Glasgow.

“To have such a high profile act performing at our event is very exciting and I’m sure the boys will enjoy the atmosphere of the night which aims to raise funds to support the thousands of Scots and their families living with this illness.”

To book you place at the Alzheimer Scotland ‘Forget Me Not Ball’ with Boyzlife contact Marilyn Boyd, Community Fundraiser, Alzheimer Scotland on Tel: 0141 410 1070 or MBoyd@alzscot.org

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Dementia affects around 90,000 people across Scotland and by 2020 it is estimated that there will be over 1 million people living with the illness in the UK. Alzheimer Scotland is passionate that nobody should face dementia alone and is working across communities to help raise vital funds to support dementia support services. 

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