Covid nurse’s twins hit the high notes

Covid nurse’s twins hit the high notes

Nine year old twins Anish and Alisha Mandal were so proud of their ‘awe-inspiring NHS hero’ Mum they decided to perform a mini concert on their driveway to raise money for Wexham Park hospital.

The event also marked the twins’ ninth birthday and they celebrated by playing the piano and violin to neighbours in the local community to raise an impressive £641.

Proud Mum, Saheli Das, who is a Senior Sister in Theatres and Recovery at Wexham Park Hospital worked with many coronavirus patients during the height of the pandemic. She had even fallen ill herself and spent 8 days in the non intensive care unit at Wexham Park after testing positive for covid.

After making a full recovery, the family discussed what they could do to celebrate the twins’ forthcoming 9th birthday, the children suggested a street party so they could play their instruments and put on a performance to raise money for the NHS.

Frimley Health CEO Neil Dardis and Anish and Alisha

Daughter Alisha said: “Myself and my bro came up with the bright idea of fundraising for the NHS. Many families in our neighbourhood clapped for us which made us overjoyed. Our Mum is one of the NHS heroes”.

The twins, nicknamed ‘Little Jelly’ and ‘Little Jam’, want all of their £641 donation to go directly to the Theatres department as Wexham Park Hospital as a tribute to their Mum and to thank hospital staff for all of their hard work during the coronavirus pandemic.

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