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Community Choir Completes Big Sing In The South Stand

More than 200 hundred singers serenaded City fans as they packed Ashton Gate for their game against Fulham on Saturday.

Handfuls of Harmony, which is an inter-generational choir from across the city, performed before kick-off in the South Stand concourse.

At half-time the group assembled on the steps of the Heineken Terrace to perform to the sell-out crowd.

Ali Orbaum, who led the choir said: “This has been an amazing experience for everyone involved. We have members from six to 86 years-old and all of them has said how proud they were to perform.

“To sing in this new South Stand, which was formerly known as the 'Singing Stand' was a brilliant opportunity. I want to thank everyone who has been involved in making today happen. We have children here from eight different schools across Bristol and it was such a great sense of the Bristol community coming together.”

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