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Gravesend's virtual Gifted Young Generation choir sing to bring people together

Gifted Young Generations virtual Gravesend choir has created a version of Let It Be to bring people together online with words of positivity and strength during the coronavirus lock down.

The choir features members past and present of the youth group, such as Katie Murray, 13, and LA-based recording artist, 25-year-old Kwaye.

The virtual GYG Choir has had more than 2,000 views on Facebook.

GYG youth service is trying to offer as many different services from online mental health support and counselling to tech tips for older people so they can stay in touch online with their family and friends during this time of self isolation.

More content will be created and posted for different services on The Grand social media pages over the coming weeks.

The Grand is also working with different community groups and businesses to host videos, such as home work-out videos from North West Kent Crossfit and chair-fit videos for older people at home.

GYG's youth podcast is also working with young people discussing the world, not doing exams, and their now changing futures.

For more information about The Grand ad Gifted Young Generation visit their Facebook page or www.wearegyg.co.uk.

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