Carolling train travellers from Sleaford raise over £300 for charity

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Singers from Sleaford’s Our Lady of Good Council Primary School brought a yuletide feel to commuters by performing carols at Sleaford, Grantham and Nottingham rail stations last Wednesday.

Carollers in Santa hats and antlers collected £307 for Save the Children.

Headteacher Michelle Parker explained the effort was in partnership with East Midlands Trains, the Community Rail Partnership and Sustrans as part of a programme to encourage the children to promote and use more sustainable forms of transport instead of cars.

Last year they sang at Sleaford and Grantham stations and raised around £180.

Our Lady of Good Counsel RC School pupils perform Christmas carols on Sleaford station with Community Rail Partnership Officer Kaye Robinson and Sustrans Schools Officer Jon Moody.

Our Lady of Good Counsel RC School pupils perform Christmas carols on Sleaford station with Community Rail Partnership Officer Kaye Robinson and Sustrans Schools Officer Jon Moody.