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Contributors to the project included Emley Brass Band, under the baton of Garry Hallas; Woodsome Singers and Woodsome Beck, both directed by June Asquith; treble soloist Ellie Hick; voice-overs from Andy Philpott (Wakefield Music Collective) and Richard Ward (Penistone FM and Barnsley Hospital Broadcasting); and singers and players from many local schools, including all the children of Emley First School, directed by headteacher Stuart Merry.
To help boost CD sales and to raise still more funds for Unicef, Ellie sang several times for Christmas shoppers in Barnsley town centre, and at the Barnsley Hospital Broadcasting mobile unit.