Thurston students write winning anthem

Performing arts students from Thurston Community College (Beyton Campus). Left to right, Lucy Bertra

Performing arts students from Thurston Community College (Beyton Campus). Left to right, Lucy Bertram, Zoe Rogers, Max Adnett, Alfie Henwood, Alex Monk, Callum Hurst, Maya Lindberg. - Credit: Gregg Brown

Musical students in the west of the county have composed a song that will become the anthem for the Suffolk School Games initiative.

Year 12 performing arts students at Thurston Community College – Alfie Henwood, Alex Monk, Lucy Bertram, Maya Lindberg, Max Adnett, Zoe Rogers and Callum Hurst – recently entered their song Win the Games into a competition. It was picked by a panel of judges from the county council, BBC Suffolk and Suffolk Sport.

The students will now record the song in a studio.


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