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Brown Turner Ross Supports Song

08th Aug 2014

THE generous team at Brown Turner Ross solicitors have continued its support for the local community with a donation of £100 to Southport Operatic New Generation (SONG).

THE generous team at Brown Turner Ross solicitors have continued its support for the local community with a donation of £100 to Southport Operatic New Generation (SONG).

SONG is a youth theatre organisation for nine to 18-year-olds that has been providing amateur theatre in Southport for over 30 years. Each year SONG works with local youths to produce a large-scale musical at Easter, this year’s being a production of hit show Godspell, written by Stephen Schwartz of Wicked fame.


SONG provides many youngsters the tools to fulfil their ambitions of performing on stage, giving them something fulfilling to do outside of school that improves self-confidence and encourages working in a team.

Dave Bushell, partner at Brown Turner Ross, said:

“We have supported SONG in the past, and are delighted to be able to continue our support with this contribution to such a worthwhile cause. Youth groups are such an important asset to any community and young people gain so much out of participating in groups such as SONG. We wish them all the luck with the new production and we hope to see SONG working with the young people of Southport for many more years to come.”

Mary Hall, chair of SONG, said:

“We wish to thank Brown Tuner Ross for its generous contribution which will be utilised in both this and future productions to further the youth work carried out by SONG over the past 30 years. Donations such as this enable SONG to give many of Southport’s young people an opportunity to build their confidence and have fun, while nurturing artistic talents that, for many, lead to a career in theatre.”