Youngsters join 8,000 in record-breaking choir
YOUNGSTERS from a Bollington Primary School took to the stage and sang their hearts out at the Manchester Arena.
Thirty-eight children from St Gregory’s joined thousands of others to cre- ate an 8,000-strong choir as part of the Young Voices concert, which raises money for a range of charities.
Lesley Chadwick, from the school, said: “Thirty eight children from St Gregory’s, for our 10th anniversary celebration, joined an astonishing 8,405 world record chil- dren’s choir as they sang medleys galore, joined in with world champion beat-boxers and learned some cool dance moves watching the brilliant Urban Strides troupe.
“The annual concert raises money for really worthy charities, helping thousands of people up and down the country improve the their lives.
“It is a truly memorable experience and is in its 21st year. So, well done to St Gregory’s for putting on a great show, thanks to the parents who supported us and especially to Mrs Ellis and Mrs Cooke who supervised the children all day. Here’s to next year.” quality of
Pupils from St Gregory’s Primary School were excited to be a Manchester Arena for the show, where they were part of an 8,000-strong choir
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