A week ago today I was privileged enough to be asked to host Schools Make Music 2017 at the Alive Corn Exchange.
This amazing event is now in its 20th year and each year it brings together schools from all over our area to perform on stage in front of family friends and hundreds of spectators. It’s always a magnificent event, and an event which the children and students from the school’s look forward. So much work, so much effort and hard time goes in into each performance and it’s always amazing to see the entertainment provided on the night.
Congratulations to Fakenham Academy and Springwood High who bought along their big bands and were absolutely amazing also well done to The Lavender Hill Mob Theatre Company who always put on a superb performance.
This year they gave a sneaky peek of a couple of songs from there “Babes in the Wood” pantomime. I should also say thank you to the Trinity clubs who organise Schools Make Music every year and thank you to the Corn Exchange for allowing the event in their superb venue. I know everyone appreciates it especially the younger children who get to perform in front of such a large audience at such a tender age. Everyone was a credit to their schools and it truly was an amazing evening. You can still see some of the video on my blog via KLFM’s breakfast pages.
I’m back at the Corn Exchange with KLFM for “Nothing but the 90s” on April 1, it’s a sell-out and will be an absolute blast. A few weeks after that I’ll be on Tuesday Market Place to host the Grand East Anglia Run. The race is also a sell-out meaning over 2,000 runners will be running 10K around glorious King’s Lynn. It will be great to see you on the day so please do come say “Hi” and if you can’t make that or the 90s night you can catch me on the radio tomorrow morning from 6am.
Thanks for listening and reading.