FROM Les Miserables to Shrek, Chess to Grease and Oliver! to Rent, Leominster’s Earl Mortimer College and Sixth Form Centre was totally transformed for a charity night of musical theatre.

Paul Price, from Leominster, died last November after being diagnosed with motor neurone disease just 17 months earlier.

Since then, his daughter, 24- year-old Melissa Price, has dedicated her life to raising as much awareness of the disease as possible, along with funds for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

And in true Leominster community spirit, the people of the town got behind her for the self-directed musical theatre concert Seasons of Love to raise £2,070. Melissa said: “I am so pleased. It was a sell out with 300 people there. Please keep an eye out for next year’s show.”

She will be walking the Great Wall of China in October next year and donations can be made at melissalynnprice1.