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West Norfolk singer from TV's The Voice releases special song in tribute to NHS heroes




A Fenland-born singer who appeared on last year's series of The Voice has released a very personal song and short film in tribute to the NHS.

Kenza Blanka, may have failed to win the judges over on the BBC series, but she has still found acclaim in the music world but now the qualified nurse has decided to release a track she has written to fundraise for the NHS and has also issued a social media challenge to others.

The 35-year-old singer, now lives in King's Lynn, but she was brought up in Leverington where she attended the local primary school, Kenza also worked as a waitress at the White Lion Hotel, in Wisbech. Her parents still live in Fenland.


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