Langley singer organises Alexander Devine fundraising day

Langley singer organises Alexander Devine fundraising day

Paul Miles

Langley singer organises Alexander Devine fundraising day

A singer from Langley has set his fundraising sights high to support Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service.

Jaden Cornelious will be holding a 'Charitycise' at Langley Leisure Centre in Parlaunt Road on Sunday, March 1.

Zumba sessions will be taking place throughout the day while there will also be a cake sale and Disney characters ready to pose for pictures with youngsters.

Jaden, who was part of boyband B-YOND in the 1990s, will be performing a selection of his songs along with friend Sara D.

A fundraising target of £1,000 has been set, with proceeds set to be shared between Devine and Children in Distress.

"They are amazing," Jaden said of the Devine charity.

"I just really hope they get this hospice. We are just doing our little bit to help where we can."

Jaden, who appeared on Britain's Got Talent in 2013, launched The Jaden Cornelious Foundation in 2009 and has since helped raised thousands of pounds for good causes.

As well as holding his Devine fundraiser day the pop singer has also written and released a song called the Divine Lullaby, with proceeds from the sale of the record being given to the charity.

"I was thinking about these kids going through end of life care and it is just something really beautiful and relaxing they can listen too," added Jaden.

"I wanted something that's going to relax them and relax their families."

Tickets for the 'Charitycise', which starts at 11.45am, cost £8 for the whole day.

Visit jcfundraising.com or call 07892674407 to buy them.

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