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Arc the Herald Angels Sing...

 

Arc shopping centre’s singing competition, arc the Herald Angels Sing, has received 8 entries and the voting app is now live on the shopping centres Facebook page where you can take a look at the entries and vote for your favourite. The video with the most votes is set to receive a £500 prize and the opportunity to perform on local radio station, RWSfm 103.3, and in centre at the arc.

 

At the moment Howard Primary School are in the lead with their rendition of the popular Jingle Bell Rock, but the others aren’t far behind and with voting open until the 7th December anyone could still win the prize. Other entries include Tinkerbell’s Day Nursery, Westgate Community Primary School, The Voice Squad and Voice Squad Cadets and The Moreton Hall Prep School, plus entries from Rosie-May Sturgeon, aged 2, and Laura White singing away in a manger.

 

If you would like to place you vote and support your favourite group the videos and voting page can be found at https://www.facebook.com/arcbury and click the link to the Arc the Herald Angels Sing voting tab, just underneath the banner.

Centre Manager, Colin Roberts, said: “This is a fun competition with a great prize at the end of it. I just want to say thank you to all the schools and individuals taking part, I have really enjoyed seeing all the videos and good luck to our finalists. The time to vote is now so get online and support your favourite group.”

 

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