"We are very proud of the way that children and young people have come together to create a really beautiful piece of music that will bring benefits to such worthy causes. Supporting our local communities is an important part of our Trust ethos, and we really hope that this song will inspire people to make a donation."
Dr Paul Heery
The children & young people are performing at Nottingham's Royal Concert Hall on 6th December as part of Nottinghamshire Music Hub’s Inspired Christmas event
. They are also performing at Hope House in Beeston, as well as many other local venues throughout the Christmas period.
'Carry You' will also be released on all on-line music stores including Spotify and iTunes from mid-December.
provides services, support, information and guidance on mental health issues acorss Nottinghamshire, with the vision 'to ensure that everyone experiencing a mental health issue gets both support and respect'. Jo Sanders, Partnerships & Promotions, Nottinghamshire Mind, said: “Nottinghamshire Mind is incredibly proud to be a part of this project. Our community support services have always been in high demand, but we’ve seen a real increase in the number of people contacting us for help over the last couple of years. All of our #WELL-Community Support Services are free to access, and any funds raised through this project will be used to sustain and expand our current programme. Most importantly, “Carry You” is a platform to raise awareness of mental health and the need for those struggling to be met with understanding and respect.”
is a Christian charity, working with local churches and community groups to serve those in need in neighbourhoods all around Nottingham. Dominique Scott, Interim Director of Hope Nottingham, said "
We are delighted to be supported by White Hills Park Trust again in the lead up to Christmas as we continue to provide emergency food, support and advice to those in crisis. When many people are worried by the rising costs of food and fuel, what better way to bring a smile, than by local children singing to raise money for local people in need. We cannot thank the schools’ staff, children and young people enough for all their hard work in making this happen and we ask you to please do the same by listening to the single and donating."