Former Miss Lincolnshire’s support for NHS carers charity

Last year’s Miss Lincolnshire, Chloey Rose, will be performing a song live on the ‘Care4Carers’ Facebook page this evening (Monday) in a bid to raise cash towards much-deserved breaks for NHS staff and carers once the coronavirus crisis is over.

Chloey Rose will perform live this evening (Monday) to raise money for the 'Care 4 Carers' charity.

Chloey Rose, an actress, singer-songwriter and model from Humberston, will live-stream her song performance via the Facebook page at 5pm.

The former Miss Lincolnshire has already dedicated a performance of Elton John’s ‘Your Song’ to the charity, which has already raised over £21,000.

She praised the “fantastic brand new charity” and encouraged her fans to make a donation towards the “amazing” cause.

You can watch the upcoming live performance at 5pm tonight, and find out more about the charity, by visiting

Sarah Clay, from Louth - who runs Care4Carers social media channels - praised Chloey Rose’s “beautiful voice” and her valuable contribution to the charity.

The charity is working hard to provide short breaks for NHS staff by working alongside hotels and hospitality partners across the country.

For every £100 donated to Care4Carers by a UK taxpayer, a voucher for £150 will be issued to a carer.

To join the good cause, hoteliers agree to top-up vouchers by 25%, and gift aid adds a further 25%.

Meanwhile, hospitality partners are also invited to donate experiences – such as afternoon teas, meals out, and spa experiences - to the campaign.

Care4Carers has been created by Original Collection hotels, who are in the process of registering a charity.

All seven of Original Collection’s properties are involved, alongside an ever-growing selection of quality hotels from all over the country.

Nick Dent, Director at Original Collection, said: “Our amazing carers are putting their lives at risk to save ours and working round the clock.

“We want to show them that we care and give them the break that they deserve.

“The vouchers, worth £150, can be spent on a treat of their choice - a night away, a meal out, an afternoon tea, whatever the recipient fancies.”

Nick continued: “We’d love to get enough donations to treat every single frontline carer.

“By coming together as an industry, with the support of the public, the hospitality can reward as many heroes as possible.”

• If you run a business in the hotel/hospitality industry, visit to get involved.