Choir's carol boost for Isle of Wight Foodbank

By Ross Findon

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

 

Choir's carol boost for Isle of Wight Foodbank

Isle of Wight choir Reson8, who have released a Christmas single in aid of the Isle of Wight Foodbank. From left; Harriet Back,15, Eloise Pilbeam, 14, Lizzie Back, 17, Thea Callaghan, 13, & (back) Michael Ginsburg, 16. Picture by Peter Back.

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TOP Island choir Reson8 have released a charity single in aid of the Isle of Wight Foodbank.

The choir, which shot to fame after winning a Comic Relief CBBC Glee competition and performed at Bestival and the Isle of Wight Festival, earlier this year, have released their rendition of Carol of the Bells/God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen in aid of the charity.

The track is available via iTunes, click here.

See the video below:

Reporter: ross.findon@iwcp.co.uk

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by Marie Cheverton

12th December 2013, at 17:59:15

Reson8. Thoroughly enjoyed this song and purchased it.

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by Mike Crowe

11th December 2013, at 10:45:47

I saw this group on Sunday at Shanklin Theatre and wasn't sure of their ages, but I did think they were 'a bit young' and thought to myself, what on earth are they doing here at their age too? They should be on the streets smoking and taking drugs. They should all have paint spray cans in their hands doing graffiti everywhere.

Well that's what all the kids do don't they? Especially now that the Youth Services are being cut back.

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