X Factor and The Voice stars help St Christopher’s Hospice

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REALITY TV stars are lending their voices to support a Sydenham charity.

Rough Copy members Eddy String and Rachel Adedeji from the X Factor and The Voice finalist Frances Wood will take part in a concert for St Christopher’s Hospice.

Gary Barlow told Rough Copy they were "born to be on the stage" and since competing in the show in September last year they have been taking audiences across the country by storm.

Frances Wood first appeared in The Voice in April 2012 and went on to be coached by Black Eyed Peas star Will.i.am.

As well as glittering performances the concert on January 20, in Southend-on-Sea, will include a raffle with proceeds supporting the charity.

St Christopher’s Hospice, based in Lawrie Park Road, in Sydenham, helps people access care at the end of their life.

For more information, call 020 8768 4577.

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9:30pm Thu 10 Jan 13

Happygolucky13 says...

Why is the concert so far away from St Christopher's Hospice, surely Crystal Palace Park would of been a better venue?
Why is the concert so far away from St Christopher's Hospice, surely Crystal Palace Park would of been a better venue? Happygolucky13
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