If you’ve passed through Bromley South station recently and been delighted by the sound of classic piano tunes, this is probably why.

A student at Dartford Grammar School has raised almost £600 for a mental health charity with his busking skills.

Harrison Willock raised £268.47 for North Kent Mind when he took to the piano at Bromley South station and put on a show for passengers.

His total has been matched by Southeastern Rail bringing his final total to £572.94.

Harrison, 11, has chosen to raise money for the charity along with his school house, Vaughan. They will be organising fundraising events throughout the year.

Emma Law, head of Vaughan House at the school, said: “Given the amount of publicity that mental health awareness has been given in the news it is important to highlight the issue.”

She added it was especially important to send a message of support to “students and teenagers going through a stressful time in their lives.”

The North Kent branch of Mind mental health charity supports people in the community with wellbeing services, counselling and cognitive behavioural therapy on behalf of the NHS.

It also provides training and care for people who are looking to get back into work, and offers a housing service for people who need support to live independently.

Miss Law hopes the house will exceed the total it raised for charity last year, aiming for £2,000 by the end of the year.

Other fundraising events students have participated in so far include sponsored car washes and, at the suggestion of a parent, a sponsored snow-shovelling day during the worst of the Beast from the East.