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Ross-on-Wye charity releases own song
2:48pm Tuesday 17th December 2013 in News
VOLUNTEERS at a Ross-on-Wye charity have released their own song.
The young people at Hope Support Services were coached by The Voice finalist Vince Freeman and experts Chris Knight and Malaki Patterson from CCP Studio in Cheltenham.
The track, called We are Hope, aims to put into lyrics the group's feelings and experiences they have been through when a close family member has had a life-threatening illness.
"We're so excited to be able to release this amazing song," said Hope Support Service's founder and chief executive officer Sue Trevethan.
"The young people should be hugely proud of what they've achieved.
"Absolutely everyone got involved, whether their skills were in drumming, playing guitar, singing, rapping or working in on post-production behind the scenes.
"We're really grateful to Vince, Chris and Malaki and their teams.
"We couldn't have done it without their support."
We are Hope can be ordered on CD, or DVD or downloaded by visiting hopesupport.org.uk/we-are-hope
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