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The choir at Holy Rosary & St Annes Catholic Primary School Chapeltown, Leeds, who performed on Radio 4 on Christmas Eve.
The choir at Holy Rosary & St Annes Catholic Primary School Chapeltown, Leeds, who performed on Radio 4 on Christmas Eve.
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GET IN tune with the festive spirit and take part in the YEP’s great new Song for Christmas competition.

We are asking schools, choirs and individuals to send in a video clip of them singing a Yuletide song.

And there will be a £50 voucher for White Rose Shopping Centre for the song we judge to be the best Christmas cracker.

We will feature entries on our website so you can enjoy the performance vying for the top spot.

So go on, sing your heart out this Christmas and make it extra special.

Nicola Furbisher, YEP editor, said: “Sharing a Christmas song or carol with friends and family is one of the best ways to get into the festive spirit. Send us your recording and help spread the joy of Christmas in this great competition.”

To take part send a clip to hannah.start@jpress.co.uk by December 19 and the winner will be announced between Christmas and New Year.

Include your name, age and a contact number.

If you are under 18 please make sure you have parental permission to enter and include contact details for your parent or guardian. Schools please ensure that all children on the video have permission to be featured.

Francesca Simpson, marketing manager at White Rose Shopping Centre, said: “You can really hit the right note at White Rose this Christmas with a host of great retailers under one roof as well as free parking and late night shopping and so we are delighted to offer a prize for this festive competition. We look forward to hearing all the wonderful songs that are sent in.”

NOMINATE A HERO 2016

The Yorkshire Evening Post wants to hear from you about ordinary people who have done extraordinary things over the past 12 months.

The YEP Christmas Honours, which we will announce on Christmas Eve, will celebrate the achievements of people from all walks of life who deserve to see their efforts recognised.

Our stars of 2016 will be those who have helped to make Leeds special, defied difficulties, gone above and beyond the call of duty and refused to give up, both in the public eye and behind the scenes. Email suggestions to Hannah.start@jpress.co.uk by December 5.

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