The final – which marks the culmination of the search for the best primary school choir in Lancashire – takes place at King George’s Hall in Blackburn on Friday, June 21.
True Bearing are delighted once again to be the main organisers and sponsors of Last Choir singing and can’t wait to see all the school choirs perform again at the final.
The evening will be packed with entertainment.
The final once again will be compèred by international vocalist, Duncan Heather, and each choir will aim to impress judges with two performances: one set song ‘Believe’ written by Simon Cox and a song of the school’s choice.
Also performing on the evening will be Henry Gallagher, who is a singer, guitarist and songwriter. Henry shot to fame when he performed on Britain’s Got Talent.
Almost 2,000 singers from 52 school choirs took part in the competition heats held throughout Lancashire in March in an aim to make it to the grand final.
Across the 11 school choirs taking part in the final, 400 children will be singing their hearts out in a bid to be The Last Choir Singing.
The 11 schools are:
Broughton-in-Amounderness C of E Primary School (Preston)
St Catherine’s R C Primary School (Leyland)
Tarleton Community Primary School
Manor Road Primary School (Chorley)
Edenfield C of E Primary School
Ightenhill County Primary School (Burnley)
Anchorsholme Academy (Thornton Cleveleys)
Bolton School Junior Boys
Norbreck Primary Academy (Thornton Cleveleys)
St Barnabas C of E Primary Academy (Darwen)
St Saviours Ringley C of E Primary School (Bolton)
George Critchley, Chairman of True Bearing, said: “As a firm, we are committed to giving something back to our community.
“The Last Choir Singing competition allows us to do just that.
“The competition, now in its fifth year, gives young people the opportunity to gain some self-confidence and the ‘feel-good’ factor that comes from singing their hearts out with a group of friends.
“The Last Choir Singing Grand Final promises to be an infectious celebration of school singing talent.”
The Grand Final on June 21 starts at 6 pm and tickets can be bought from King George’s Hall booking office on 01254 582579. or visiting their website