Ex Cathedra’s Rebecca Ledgard, Director of Education, is one of 14 people selected by BBC Children in Need to front it’s #BearFaced campaign this year. 7 celebrities and people representing 7 projects were selected, and Rebecca is representing our Singing Medicine project which BBC Children in Need supports at Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
Rebecca joined celebrities Lorraine Kelly, Michelle Keegan, Olivia Colman, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Rochelle Humes, Laura Mvula, Ella Eyre and Tanya Burr in posing for renowned celebrity photographer Rankin.
Singing Medicine takes place every week on several wards at Birmingham Children’s Hospital and enables children with life-limiting conditions to participate in singing activities and experience the wider benefits of singing. You can learn more about Singing Medicine here.
And you can go #BearFaced yourself and support Children in Need’s campaign here.