A group of talented local musicians and singers have joined forces for a Christmas charity single. They’ve recorded a version of The Hollies’ ‘He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother’ to raise money for Unique Kidz & Co., who provide specialist services for disabled children and their families.

Last year they recorded ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’ and raised £1,850 for Unique Kidz. This year they hope to raise even more.

Watch the video above, but more importantly support this very worthy cause by purchasing the single. 100% of the cost of the £5 CD goes directly to the charity. You can get your copy from:

Online: Ebay – http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/-/331729777810

LZ Boutique – Ask for Lisa Byron
Sasparella – Ask for Janette Curragh
The Royal Hotel – Ask for Bru
Emma Harvey in Torrisholme, Ask for Emma.
The York hotel, Morecambe
Smokey O’Connors please see Mike Jackson
The Trimpell Club
Bryan Page – 07590 527519
Denise Thwaite – see comments below

Prestige Hairdressers
Danny Matthews on The Bay radio has them on reception

You can also get your hands on the CD at a special family fun day featuring lots of the artists involved, children’s entertainment and more – maybe Santa will turn up! For more details of this event, check the facebook page here.

The song was recorded, mixed and mastered by Neil Gowland of Absolute Recordings and filmed and edited by Mick Kirk of Eye and Eye Productions.

The singers are Andy Creevy, Steven Wren, Dan Doherty, Mike Jackson, Si Thornton, Mark McKenna, Stuart Michaels, Ashleigh Wood, Natasha Bates, Jason McLoughlin, Laura Musgrave, Joe McCorriston, Mandy Butterworth, Megan S, Jesta, Shaphina Bennett Shaw, Robert Taylor and Melanie Horabin.

Musicians are Andrew Walton (drums), Bryan Page (bass), Jeremy Procter (piano), Neil Gowland (guitar), Steffen Staugaard (strings) and Andy Creevy (harmonica).

Get your hands on the CD now