08:05AM, Sunday 23 March 2014
Scores of singing students have braved the stage to perform in front of 700 people at The Hexagon theatre in Reading.
The show, sponsored by the Rotary Clubs of Ascot and Wokingham, was put together by Clive Waterman and titled 'A Mouthful of Music'.
Ascot Rotary Club president Alan Clare said: "This is the sort of event which changes lives. I am sure these young people, and their families, will remember this day for a long time.
"It has been a splendid evening and we are indebted to Clive Waterman whose hard work made this concert possible."
It took place on Sunday, March 16.
Courthouse junior, Furze Platt junior, Lowbrook Academy, Oldfield primary, St Edmund Campion primary, St Mary's Catholic primary and Waltham St Lawrence primary from Maidenhead all took part, alongside Holy Trinity primary in Cookham and Cheapside primary in Sunninghill.
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