12 Schools Of Christmas

Radio Clatterbridge has a new addition to its festive playlist this year thanks to twelve local schools.

The station is broadcasting a very special version of the seasonal favourite The Twelve Days of Christmas.

Two of the young singers

Children from 12 schools on Merseyside have come together to sing on the track.

You won't be surprised to hear the idea was used to mark the special date 12/12/12.

The primary school pupils have each recorded a verse of the song.

The schools are Devonshire Park Primary, Prenton; Roscoe Primary, Liverpool; Bedford Drive Primary, Rock Ferry; Rock Ferry Primary; St Weburgh's Primary, Birkenhead; Greenleas Primary, Wallasey; Oxton Saint Saviour's Primary; Millfields Primary, Eastham; Mount Primary, Wallasey; St John's Junior, Bebington; and Prenton Primary.

Listeners in Clatterbridge Health Park can hear the single on Sunday morning from 10am. You can also listen to the song here.

 

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