Portsmouth choirs sing for D-Day

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Five Portsmouth choirs have come together to record a live album raising money for the D-Day Museum.

Portsmouth City Council, has teamed up with the Portsmouth D-Day Museum Trust to help transform the museum with major new exhibitions, a new activities programme and a new website.

Choirs taking part in the event include Portsmouth Anglican Cathedral Choir, Portsmouth Choral Union, Portsmouth Military Wives Choir, MGC Choir and Solent Male Voice Choir.

The choirs got to sing as individual groups and as a collective.

The project will help promote the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

The CDs and downloads will retail at £9.99 and will be available from the D-Day Museum.