Children and young people perform in Radlett's festival of music finale

The aim of the event was to celebrate the talent of Radlett’s young people, along with raising money for Keech Hospice Care.

The aim of the event was to celebrate the talent of Radlett’s young people, along with raising money for Keech Hospice Care.

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Children and young people joined together in harmony as part of this year’s Radlett Festival of Music.

Children from Fair Field Junior, Newberries and Shenley Primary School, along with the teenagers from Ursa Minor Choir, performed together in two concerts at the Radlett Centre last Saturday.

The concerts were held to celebrate the talent of Radlett’s young people and raise money for Keech Hospice Care.

Each choir performed a set on their own and ended with all of the choirs combining to sing 'Food Glorious Food', 'This is the place', which was written for this event by Elissa Street, and finally 'Do you hear the people sing'.

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