Pupils from ten West Norfolk schools came together to perform in the 17th annual Schools Make Music concert at Lynn’s Corn Exchange.
The event, which is sponsored by the town’s three rotary clubs, featured 320 singers and musicians from eight primary schools and two secondary schools, as well as members of the Lavender Hill Mob theatre company.
Jim Milne, of Rotary Club of King’s Lynn Trinity, said the event was well-supported with an audience of 470.
He said: “The benefits of performing and rehearsing music together are well-known. It helps with team work and helps with concentration.
“The children get to perform in a professional theatre in front of a big audience which helps a lot with confidence.”
Pupils from St Michael’s Primary School, South Lynn, are pictured. Photo: PAUL TIBBS MLNF14PT03043