#HeartThrob4No1

Our musical medic Dr Bill McCrea has been at it again.  Following on from the success of last year's Christmas song 'Yahweh Christmas Cheer' Dr McCrea is making his second bid for CHRISTMAS NUMBER 1.....and this year its BIGGER and BETTER!

Dr McCrea has teamed up with 9 year old Izzy McCullough to sing the atmospheric track 'Christmas Night Tryin' To Get Home'. Working with Dan and Ben from local film production company Ottr., who kindly gave their time free, they have produced a SPECTACULAR music video!  The video celebrates the work done at the Great Western Hospital and the wonderful partnership we have with the wider emergency services.

A special thank you goes out to the Wiltshire Heart Throbs, Dr Bill McCrea, Dr Paul Brady and Specialist Nurse Harriet McCullough from The Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Olivia and Bella Votta, Andy Edmonson and the Red Watch team from Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue, Philip Day from Wiltshire Police and Phil Tanner and the team from The South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust who kindly gave their time to the project.

The song has been released on CD along with another track 'That's Your Little Girl' and can be downloaded from itunes and Amazon, with CD's for sale in the Great Western Hospital shop as well as Holmes Music in Swindon.

All proceeds will be split between the Brighter Futures Radiotherapy Appeal and The British Heart Foundation.

Help us to get #HeartThrob4No1 trending and download your copy of the track today (click on the links above)!

If you would like to donate to the Radiotherapy Appeal visit our giving page: https://www.justgiving.com/campaigns/charity/greatwestern/radiotherapy

Check out our press coverage:

Swindon Advertiser

Metro

If you would like to show your support for our Emergency Services click on the links below:

Ambulance Service: 

http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/charities/SWASC

Fire & Rescue:

www.firefighterscharity.org.uk