Children's singing to benefit hospice

Music concert to raise money for hospice

Music concert to raise money for hospice

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Borehamwood Times: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter - north London

Children have been busy rehearsing for a music festival which will feature a range of shows and performances.

The Radlett Festival of Music will include four choirs from schools in Radlett and Shenley, to raise money for the Keech Hospice.

Songs from Despicable Me 2, Hairspray, Frozen and The Lion King will be performed on the day.

Fair Field Junior, Newberries Primary School, Shenley Primary and the drumming group from Fair Field and Watford’s Ursa Minor chamber choir will all take part.

The event takes place on June 7 at the Radlett Centre, in Watling Street. Shows are from 2pm to 7pm and tickets cost £5.

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