There were five schools in the final and the winners were Roselands Primary from Hoddesdon led by their Music Teacher Jane Carson.
This was the third year of the event and organised by the Rotary Club of Amwell. In addition to the school finalists the audience heard several music performances by students of local Academies and the Hertfordshire College of Music, who sponsored the medallions and certificates. Sheila Grimmant, Club President said “ this event shows how Rotary contributes to the culture of local communities while raising some funds for our charity projects. We look forward to running the competition in future years”.
Amwell Rotary Club
12th June 2017
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