Singing for the Troops

This morning the children in the Swinton junior Choir sang for the Mayor and all the soldiers of the The 2nd Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.  The soldiers have strong links to Lancashire and Salford and this was an opportunity for people in Salford to welcome local soldiers who have been stationed in Helmand.

12 thoughts on “Singing for the Troops”

  1. I am glad that the soldiers got a nice warm dinner after just eating the same thing for ages. x x x x x

  2. I m glad we watched them come home from afganisthan they all looked realy brave I wathed gmtv and it said that this really pretty lady was a model and also fort for the army and she stayed glamoruos.

  3. I was in it at that moment my eys went fuzzy i beent down and sombody kicked me i felt sick i went too the teacher she told me to go outside and she said do u want a glass of water i said yes Miss Frayne said if iwas going to be sick i had too go back too school i said i’ll try not too and i didnt thats the truth lol is

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