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Picture of the week: Celebrating the young people of Romford

PUBLISHED: 10:30 25 September 2017

Jack Petchey Foundation

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Bradley Andrews from Harris Academy, Rainham, performed his own composition Wondrous Skies, at the Jack Petchey Awards ceremony last week. Jack Petchey Foundation sent this picture in.

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