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North City News: Singing record attempt; ERDINGTON.

PUPILS will be hitting the high notes when they join around one million others in a giant singing quest.

Children from Erdington Hall Primary School, in Ryland Road, Erdington, are taking part in the Big Sing in a bid to break the current Guinness World Record. The attempt will be led by songstress Joss Stone and Lemar who will be singing simultaneously with children across the country live on radio today at 2.45pm.

As well as attempting to break the record, children will raise money for CLIC Sargent, a charity which works with child cancer sufferers, and the African Children's Choir
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