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Your News Lights, Camera, Action at Twickenham for Chase Bridge Primary School

Around 400 excited local school children from Chase Bridge Primary School will be making the short walk to Twickenham Stadium, the home of England Rugby, this Friday afternoon (Oct 7) to face the cameras between 1.30pm and 2.45pm.

The national stadium is right on the Kneller Road schools doorstep and they will be there to make a video to accompany their recent world cup charity song `Rise especially recorded to raise money for the New Zealand Earthquake Appeal and the Wooden Spoon charity.

The rugby mad children have worked with songwriter Marcel Pusey to compose lyrics for the song, in support of the England RFU World Cup squad currently competing in the IRB World Cup 2011 out in New Zealand, and have also put together a dance that celebrates the traditions of New Zealand rugby.

The children recorded their world cup song in The Sanctuary Studios helped along by professional singer Katy Seath, whos sung with countless major artists over the years and The Sanctuarys top production team of David McEwan and Eric Appapoulay.

England international and London Wasps star back-rower Joe Worsley, himself an accomplished musician, also added his expertise during the making of the single.

Chase Bridge School headmaster Andrew King said: Were really proud of what the youngsters have achieved. Its very professional and sounds like a proper pop song. The children have really enjoyed working on the song and created their own `haka too!

`Rise was originally released on the 6th September 2011 and is available for download on:-

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