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Hertfordshire singer Michelle King launches charity Christmas single

PUBLISHED: 18:50 16 December 2011 | UPDATED: 20:26 20 February 2013

Hertfordshire singer Michelle King launches charity Christmas single

Hertfordshire singer Michelle King launches charity Christmas single

A Hertfordshire singer, songwriter and music teacher has released her charity Christmas song.

A Hertfordshire singer, songwriter and music teacher has released her charity Christmas song.


Michelle King from Bishops Stortford has recorded It's Christmastime in aid of good causes, including Alzheimers Society. She is aiming to raise as much money as possible in memory of her mother-in-law, Grace, who lived with Alzheimers Disease and passed away in September.


Michelles song has been professionally produced and recorded at Middle C Productions Ltd. Michelle has been seen in the studio many times over the last two years recording her own songs for charity.


She hopes that proceeds from her latest song Its Christmastime will help Alzheimers Society in the fight against dementia.


Alzheimers Society Fundraiser, Jade Rolph, said, 'In Hertfordshire there are already more than 13,000 people living with dementia. By 2021, that number is likely to reach more than 17,000.Alzheimers Society relies on the fundraising efforts of people like Michelle to continue our vital work. Michelles song is brilliant and I hope that the local community will support it by purchasing a copy.'


Michelle is hoping to make a real difference by her fundraising efforts. She said, 'I am constantly inspired to write songs for the benefit of charities and support is much appreciated. I have also been encouraged by hearing some of my songs played on a local radio station. By getting the word out to as many people as possible about my fundraising, I hope to help ensure that vital work can continue in the community.'


You can purchase a copy of Its Christmastime, at http://www.michellekingmusic.net/

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