Secret code following charity record breaker

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CHILDREN from Portsmouth who took part in a charity world record attempt will be given a ‘secret code’ to use on a website developed for the event.

Participants in SignHealth’s sign2sing event can now unlock the ‘Record Breakers’ section on the Monkey Manor website for the chance to win prizes, including an iPad mini.

Pupils at more than 1,200 schools all across the UK and overseas registered for sign2sing which was a record attempt for the highest number of people using sign language and singing together.

Schools in Portsmouth, Fareham and Gosport took part in a bid to raise money for deaf charity SignHealth.

Monkey Manor was developed by SignHealth in partnership with Digital Giving.

The money raised will be used to continue the charity’s work helping to improve the mental and physical health and wellbeing of deaf people, including deaf children.

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