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Girl band Soda Pop raises money for Childline with Gidea Park music video

PUBLISHED: 17:31 10 April 2017 | UPDATED: 17:37 10 April 2017

X Factor finalist Melanie Masson, centre, with her children Rua, 9, and Ramsay, 8, and the singers from girl group Soda Pop, during shooting for a music video to raise money for Childline. Picture: Catherine Davison

X Factor finalist Melanie Masson, centre, with her children Rua, 9, and Ramsay, 8, and the singers from girl group Soda Pop, during shooting for a music video to raise money for Childline. Picture: Catherine Davison

Catherine Davison

A girl group has recorded a music video to raise money for charity Childline.

Pop band Soda Pop made their way to the Gallows Corner Social and Sports Club, Main Road, Gidea Park, yesterday where they shot their song Real Life produced by musician and singer songwriter Julian Littman.

The band marched holding up signs alongside Romford MP Andrew Rosindell and X Factor finalist Melanie Masson to help spread their song’s message.

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