IT staff make it through to charity final

From left, Dan Todd, 
Luke Betteridge, 
Steve Stokes and Mark Elkins
From left, Dan Todd, Luke Betteridge, Steve Stokes and Mark Elkins
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A TEAM of IT workers put their musical talents to the test and have made it through to the finals of a talent show.

The group of staff from Taylor Made Computer Solutions in Fareham – called Throne Together – has made it into the final of the WesseX Factor.

The final is at the Concorde Club in Eastleigh on Tuesday and it will see four acts perform to raise cash for charity Wessex Heartbeat.

It is a charity event and the rest of the Taylor Made staff are going along on the night to support them, wearing their uniforms to show their support.

For every ticket a Taylor Made staff member buys to the event, the company will donate the same amount to the charity to match it.

The winner will perform at a star-studded variety show at the Mayflower Theatre. The show, on Sunday April 30, will feature performers from P&O Cruises and Cunard cruise liners plus TV stars.