Can you hold a Christmas tune for Claire House?

A local children's hospice has appealed to listeners of Radio Clatterbridge to help them spread joy this Christmas.

Claire House wants to find local singers to perform at a variety of fundraising events in the countdown to the big day.

Amanda Mitchell and Avril Parr from Claire House

The Sing For Claire House campaign will see performers of any age get together at shopping centres and other exciting venues to support local children and their families.

Corportate fundraiser Amanda Mitchell and community fundraiser Avril Parr popped into the studio to tell Coffee Club presenters Ian Grant and Helen Sestan all about the scheme.

So whether you are in a band, school choir or even like to sing in the shower, this could be the opportunity for you.

If you are interested, just call the fundraising team on 0151 343 0883 and say you want to sign up for the Sing campaign.


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