Pelsall Village pupils sing for the Mayor

Children from a school choir broke into song for a special performance in front of Walsall’s Mayor.

The youngsters from Pelsall Village School, in Old Town Lane, Walsall, sang four songs for the Mayor of Walsall, councillor Gary Clarke, at The Council House in the town on Friday.

The event had been organised by the Deputy Mayor of Walsall, Councillor Garry Perry, who is also a governor at the school.

Earlier this year, the Mayor had visited the school and had been told about the fantastic choir, so he vowed that the children from the choir could visit the Mayor’s Parlour and sing a few hymns in the Council House.

The pupils sang Edelweiss, Follow Your Dream, Sad Song and Faster Than A Rocket. After the performance, they were invited to the Mayor’s Parlour for refreshments and a talk from the Mayor.

Mayor of Walsall, Councillor Clarke, said: “The performance from the choir was outstanding and I’m so pleased they came to visit. Clearly both staff and the children have worked extremely hard to get to such a high standard of singing and I would like to congratulate them on their success.”

Deputy Mayor, Pelsall councillor Garry Perry, said: “I am very proud of the staff and the children within the choir for putting on such a brilliant performance, well done to all.”

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