About Us News Nothing Lasts Forever song is raising money for Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre A breast cancer survivor is releasing a charity single today (Friday 13 November) to raise money for the centre where she received treatment. Proceeds from sales of Nothing Lasts Forever by The Generations Choir will be going to the Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre. The song was initially written by professional singer/songwriter Penny Lane and composer Glenn Keiles a few years ago. Re-recorded and now dedicated to all those suffering from cancer, it is a personal message from Penny. She was aided in her recovery from breast cancer by staff at the Lynda Jackson facility, based at Mount Vernon Cancer Centre in Northwood. The track – described by record label Wienerworld as “a heartfelt song with a beautifully positive message in response to life-changing events” – stars friends, family, students and professional colleagues of Penny, including a plethora of West End musical and theatrical talent. The video accompanying the track – put together at the height of the first lockdown – also features members of the Lynda Jackson complementary therapy team. The track is available now on all popular digital download and streaming platforms, with all profits being donated to the Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre. In addition, music lovers can donate a further £5 or £10 by texting LYNDAJACKSON 5 or LYNDAJACKSON 10 to 70085. To donate a larger amount online click here (NB: texts cost your donation amount plus one standard rate message and you’ll be opting in to hear more about the East and North Hertfordshire Hospitals’ Charity’s work via SMS. If you’d like to donate but do not wish to receive marketing communications text LYNDAJACKSONNOINFO followed by your amount to 70085).