Children sing for African royals

PUBLISHED: 12:52 26 October 2006 | UPDATED: 11:06 06 May 2010

The children take part

The children take part

CHILDREN performed in front of royalty at a concert held to raise funds for the building of a pre-school in a developing African country. Pupils of Gamlingay Village College entertained HRH Prince Seeiso – second in line to the throne in Lesotho – and HRH

CHILDREN performed in front of royalty at a concert held to raise funds for the building of a pre-school in a developing African country.

Pupils of Gamlingay Village College entertained HRH Prince Seeiso - second in line to the throne in Lesotho - and HRH Princess Mabereng with their musical accomplishments, which included simging from the school choir as well as solo performances.

The event was held to raise funds to help build a school in Ha Simone in Lesotho.


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