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Sing for charity

PUBLISHED: 18:33 29 April 2009 | UPDATED: 16:36 25 August 2010

SINGERS are invited to take part in an autumn festival at the River Thames.

SINGERS are invited to take part in an autumn festival at the River Thames.

The Sing for Water event at The London Mayor's Thames Festival, on Sunday, September 13, raises money for charity WaterAid.

People can join a mass choir to help some of the world's poorest people gain access to clean, safe water. Last year over 850 voices came together and over £30,000 was raised for projects in Ghana and Malawi.

Founder Helen Chadwick said: "I've seen first hand the devastating effects of water-related illnesses in Ghana and how gaining access to clean water transforms lives. Do come and sing and make a real difference."

For more information e-mail Kate Forde at k.forde@thamesfestival.org or call 020 7928 8998.


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