I’ve visited the Palm House on many a Tuesday afternoon when Su Grainger sings such lovely songs and so beautifully, she also has different guests every month. It is very friendly and happy atmosphere in the beautiful surroundings of the Palm House. Su gets us all to sing along with her and encourages us all to have a dance too, it is a very uplifting afternoon and my friends and I can’t wait for the next one.

Sylvia Harding

Hey Su x I get goose bumps when I hear you sing. Your voice is gentle, clear, yet packs a real punch too. You remind me of Karen Carpenter. You have the voice of an angel. I could listen to you sing all day & I love to paint in my studio when you & SOSO are belting the songs out xXx

Paula Ann ( artist)

Hi Su When I first joined singing our socks off I wasnt confidant at all , But I soon settled in & almost 3 years on ive got such great friends in the group who are like family to me My confidance took another big knock earlier this year when Nan passed away but I know how much my singing meant to her & with soso’s support I started singing again Thank you all so much I love you all (re aplies Mascara lol ) xxx
Vanessa Pettitt SOSO Member

I have seen Su many times and apart from having a fantastic voice and being a real entertainer, she is inspirational. All the girls have been encouraged to sing their socks off…she gives them confidence and best of all the support when a mistake is made…there is a warmth and great enjoyment from all the group whenever they perform. As for solo entertainment…her singing comes from her soul and that makes it very special to listen to….
Val Price ( Director, Pride in Liverpool)

Su has a lovely voice, very gentle and relaxing. Su is such an inspiration to those of us who would love to sing but always say “I can’t sing” – Su proves us wrong…she is always patient and encouraging..and Su is a lovely lady too.
Joanie Foster

North west Multiple Sclerosis Nurses

Comments from the day were, you are truly amazing you manner and approach is super and to include the Preston girls when they came an hour late was great
Who would have thought a bunch of tone deaf MS nurses would be able to sing in 3 groups of harmony.

Well even if we didn’t WE THOUGHT we did!

Thank you on behalf of  NW MS group

Kerry  Mutch ( MS specialist Nurse, The Walton Centre)