Schoolchildren have recorded a song to raise funds for the Royal British Legion and commemorate the 100th anniversary of the First World War.
Steven Giullari, of Rippingale, has put together a song and accompanying music video called When The Rain Falls and children in the choir at Bourne Abbey Primary School were delighted to lend a hand with the project. Steve also lent his own voice to the song.
Benny Turner, a studio technician from Beat This recording studio based in Peterborough, visited the school to record the youngsters voices.
Steven, a window cleaner, said: “It was a fantastic day and the children worked very hard for a really good sound. I would like to use this opportunity to thank each and every one of them for their hard work, especially since they gave up their golden time for the cause.
“Benny could not believe how amazing they sounded and when we played it back to the children they too were amazed. He said that the school hall gave it a great feel.
“The head of the choir Laura Collins had explained to the children what the song was about, and furthermore, what this year was all about and how important the next four years will be with regards to World War One.
“I am really looking forward to people hearing the children singing on the track because they were little angels and they truly make the whole song special.”
The song and music video have been put together on a zero budget and with the help of volunteers so that Steve can raise as much money as possible.
To find out more and to download the track visit www.justgiving.com/loveofasoldier.