Youngsters will sing out in aid of youth group

Royal Marines and sailors from HMS Bulwark Royal Marines squadron gathered on Eastney Beachin June 2016 for a poignant commemoration of the loss of landing craft during the 1982 Falklands Conflict

LETTER OF THE DAY: Hole in our armed forces budget needs closing

Have your say

A GROUP of teenagers from Portsmouth and Havant, and their singing teacher, will be collaborating to deliver a night of music for the Portsmouth Teenage Project.

The organisation, which is part of the charity Enable Ability, provides teenagers in Portsmouth with mild to moderate learning difficulties and physical disabilities with social activities and engagement they would not be able to get anywhere else.

The performance, which will be held at the Irish Club in Elm Grove, Southsea on Saturday, will be by private students of singing teacher Sally Salmon, who is 
an avid supporter of their cause.

The show will run from 7.10pm until 10.30pm and the group hopes to raise as much as possible to help the project combat recent cuts it is facing.

Tickets are £5 and can be bought on the night, and a large raffle will also be held.

To find out more about the charity go to or call 07519 924247.