Salute to Newtongrange teenager

Louise Stirton, on behalf of the Teenage Cancer Trust, accepts a cheque from the Rev. John Mitchell, president of the Rotary Club of Dalkeith. 'Young musicians who helped raise funds at a musical showcase are, left to right, Peter Cocking, Amy Paterson, Eireann MacIntyre, Rhys Gilchrist and Chris MacInnes. Also pictured is Newbattle Community High School's head of music, Nicola Maynes.

Louise Stirton, on behalf of the Teenage Cancer Trust, accepts a cheque from the Rev. John Mitchell, president of the Rotary Club of Dalkeith. 'Young musicians who helped raise funds at a musical showcase are, left to right, Peter Cocking, Amy Paterson, Eireann MacIntyre, Rhys Gilchrist and Chris MacInnes. Also pictured is Newbattle Community High School's head of music, Nicola Maynes.

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A MUSICAL tribute to a Newtongrange teenager has raised more than £1,200 for good causes.

The recent concert at Bonnyrigg Parish Church was in memory of Brandon Hall, who died in February from germ cell cancer.

Music lovers answered a call by the Rotary Club of Dalkeith to help ease both the plight of disaster victims and families stricken by cancer.

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