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| 14th December 1999 | Modified: 14th October 2014 | Christianity, News Releases | Seen 41 times | Liked 0 times

14 December
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14th December 1999

Proceeds and royalties from "Will You Walk On By?" are going to one of Mrs Shand Kydd s favourite charities, HCPT - The Pilgrimage Trust, which helps children and adults with disabilities to enjoy the holiday of a lifetime. The charity is right behind the record.

Mrs Shand Kydd has written a message for the record sleeve. In it, she says:  
"This is surely an anthem for the Millennium, ensuring that the great festival is for everyone to remember; the less fortunate, alongside those for whom life has been kinder. I love the lyrics because they encompass the concerns which were those of my daughter, Diana. Princess of Wales."

Further Information from The Pilgrimage Trust: Michael Orbell  
01737 353311  

 

"This is surely an anthem for the Millennium, ensuring that the great festival is for everyone to remember; the less fortunate, alongside those for whom life  
has been kinder. I love the lyrics because they encompass the concerns which  
were those of my daughter, Diana, Princess of Wales.

The song has a big heart, and that is why I am delighted that HCPT “ The Pilgrimage Trust will benefit from its sales.

The trust helps children from all backgrounds and creeds, who   have a wide range of mental and physical disabilities, as well as those who have suffered emotional trauma and homelessness.

I hope this song is sung widely “ in homes, clubs and in concert, and that when it is sung, the meaning of the words are personally felt."

 

Further Information from The Pilgrimage Trust: Michael Orbell 01737 353311

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