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Pupils record charity album

Pupils at Beyton Middle School have voted for their favourite Christmas song and their choices were recorded at The Shrubbery Recording Studio, in Bury St Edmunds and at the school

Pictured: Eloise Richardson, Niamh Ashton, Natasha Penfold, Charlotte Green, Martha Gurney and Alyce Palmer

Pupils at Beyton Middle School have voted for their favourite Christmas song and their choices were recorded at The Shrubbery Recording Studio, in Bury St Edmunds and at the school Pictured: Eloise Richardson, Niamh Ashton, Natasha Penfold, Charlotte Green, Martha Gurney and Alyce Palmer

Pupils have hit the festive high notes after recording a charity Christmas album.

Ten children and four members of staff from Beyton Middle School have laid down five of their favourite yuletie tracks at the Shrubbery Recording Studio, in Bury, to raise funds for the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices. The project was initiated by apprentice IT technician Chris O’Rourke. The album will be available from the school next week and the hospice plan to sell it in some of their shops.

 

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