LOCAL singer Chloe Jordan has teamed up with classical guitarist Andrew Hurst to give a charity Christmas concert in Devizes.

The pair will perform a series of Christmas Classics at Devizes Town Hall on Saturday, December 21, from 7.30pm.

They are raising funds for the Wiltshire Air Ambulance Appeal.

Miss Jordan said: "One of the songs I'll be performing made number one on the comedy iTunes list."

Tickets at £10 are available from Devizes Books, CJ School of Music, or on the door.

Miss Jordan recently gave a concert at St John's Church in Devizes on December 7 with singers from the CJ School of Music to support the Caen Countryside Centre.

Miss Jordan, who runs CJ Music School in Potterne, is a regular at the wildlife centre run by Chris and Hellie Franklin.

Her song about Cuthbert the Goose gained international recognition thanks to social media posts by the centre and went to number 1 on the Itunes comedy playlist.

She added: “I wanted to help the wonderful charity. I thought I could help best through my music.

"I wrote Cuthbert the Goose’s music and lyrics on my piano and sent it to Pete Lamb who has a music studio in Potterne. I didn’t realise how much people would love the song.”

John Baker