A CHARITY rock night organised by four enterprising pupils raised more than £450 for Claire House Children’s Hospice.
The event was set up by teenage pals Callum Thomson, Liam Royden, Sam Pickering and Reece Midgell as part of their GCSE Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education course.
The boys, who all attend Whitby High School, had seven bands performing on the night, including headlining act Borderlines.
Callum and Liam also took to the stage with their respective bands, Bionic Comic and Cosmic Debris.
“It was a brilliant night. We did something really good raising a lot of money for charity,” said Callum.
“We had about 150 people there on the night. All the bands who performed were from Whitby.
“We were responsible for organising the event and sorting out tickets. We had numerous staff to help us on the night.”
To see a video of the boys preparing for their charity rock night, visit www.ellesmereportpioneer.co.uk.