Anne-Marie hits the right notes

From blues and twos to musical tunes, Hertfordshire-based student paramedic Anne-Marie Hemmings hit the right notes this week.

Anne-Marie, who has been a cellist for 19 years, is a member of the Blue Light Symphony Orchestra who played in a special Christmas concert on ITV.

The orchestra played alongside Alfie Boe and Michael Ball in A Night for the Emergency Services show, which was aired on 20th December.

Anne-Marie has worked for the Trust for almost two years and is based in Hemel Hempstead.

The Blue Light Symphony Orchestra was formed last year to bring together a wealth of musical talent hidden in the UK’s emergency services. The orchestra is due to play a charity gala in May to raise money on behalf of Blue Light Programme run by Mind.

For more information about A Night for the Emergency Services, visit

Published 21st December, 2017

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