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A Norfolk charity Christmas song

PUBLISHED: 16:19 19 December 2011

Ben and Ollie have recorded a charity Christmas song.

Ben and Ollie have recorded a charity Christmas song.

Archant Norfolk Photographic © 2011

TWO Norfolk lads have recorded their own Christmas song to raise money for the Shelter charity.

Oliver Neve, 25, who grew up in Ormesby, met his friend Ben, 26, when they were studying at East Norfolk Sixth Form College.

The friends recorded a song at Oliver’s house in Hamilton Road, Great Yarmouth, and now they have Shelter’s blessing to use it to raise money for them.

The song is called ‘Thanks For The Song (Did You Keep The Receipt?)’

Oliver said: “So far, we have raised just under £20. We both plan to add a further £10 to the final total, which, at present, would bring it up to £40.”

The song can be listened to and downloaded at http://asongforshelter.bandcamp.com

All proceeds will go straight to Shelter’s Paypal account.

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