Your school can win a visit from
TV legend Sooty
Sooty, Sweep and Soo are excited to announce the release of their new Christmas song 'I'm in the mood for Christmas!' A remake of the classic Nolans song 'Im in the mood for dancing!'https://inthemoodforchristmas.comWe're on a mission to raise as much money as possible for the Great Ormond Street Hospital GOSH Charity this Christmas, and we're asking your wonderful school to help us do just that by helping to spread the word, promote the song, and encourage the good use of 79p. YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THE SINGLE VIA HERE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxDZBTXXQrU 100% of proceeds will be going to support the great work of GOSH and help to provide support that is vital to so many children. To take part all we're asking is that you share the message and links on your social media, your websites and blogs, wherever you can, and ask your parents to do the same.WATCH THE MAGICAL NEW MUSIC VIDEO HERE
Your Magic Share Link: https://inthemoodforchristmas.com/?school_name=Applecroft_School
Simply by sharing the message with your magic share link, you'll be entered into a lucky draw for a very special school visit from Sooty and Richard. Please take a moment to watch the attached video from Richard and Sooty for more information.
Have a very merry Christmas and wonderful new year!
Love, Sooty, Sweep, Soo & Richard
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