School choir helps raise money for LAMP

Slip End Junior School choir
Slip End Junior School choir

Slip End Junior School choir performed at a summer community concert at Caddington Church to raise money for homeless charity LAMP.

The Luton charity supports young, vulnerable and disadvantaged people between the ages of 16 and 25 who are homeless.

Cakes and ducks by the team from Puddleducks

Cakes and ducks by the team from Puddleducks

The concert was organised by Justine Warren and her friends and family, the school choir were joined by other local performers to raise £362 for the charity.

Swim school Puddleducks raised £250 for the charity last week, Ravneet Bermi runs the swim school, she organised pyjama week with her team and baked Puddleduck themed cupcakes and biscuits.

Both events were part of LAMP’s 20 events for 20 year’s celebrations.

Helen Snowden, LAMP fundraising officer, said: “It was fantastic to work with such a dynamic, enthusiastic local business and to connect with so many new people.

“We are really grateful to Rav and her team for all their hard work.”

LAMP are over half way to their target of 20 events, if you have any ideas for fundraising events, contact Helen Lamp at helen@lamp.community