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University colleagues go on the record for charity Christmas single

News Page 11th December 2019

Members of Northamptonshire’s business community have been channelling their inner Bono and Boy Georges for a Christmas charity single recorded at the University of Northampton’s NLive radio studios.

The cast of singers, which included colleagues from the University, belted their way through Band Aid’s 1984 smash hit, Do They Know It’s Christmas? in a bid to raise much-needed funds for KidsAid.

Watch the video below

The Northampton-based charity provides therapeutic support for children and young people affected by traumatic events such as family breakdown, bereavement, domestic violence, abuse and neglect.

The song was recorded at community radio station NLive, which is which is run in association with the University of Northampton, and organised by the team from All Things Business.

Amongst the singers were University Vice Chancellor, Nick Petford, Lecturer and NLive presenter, Adrian Pryce, and Charlotte Patrick, Key Sector and Knowledge Transfer Manager.

NLive Station Manager, Martin Steers, said: “It’s a great pleasure for NLive to be involved and play host to the singers and project, it’s fantastic to help raise money for such a great cause.”

You can donate to the cause via the Just Giving page.

NLive broadcasts across the town on 106.9 FM, online at and on smart phones and smart speakers via the TuneIn app.


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