Diss Park comes alive with sound of music

Park Alive at Diss Park

Park Alive at Diss Park - Credit: Archant

A night of songs has been enjoyed by hundreds of people in Diss and raised more than £4,000 for good causes.

Park Alive, Diss The Signs

Park Alive, Diss The Signs - Credit: Archant

The annual Park Alive event was held in Diss Park on Saturday night with the large crowd enjoying performances from three acts.

Rising star Breeze Redwine, 13 and from Starston, proved a hit with songs such as Sweet Dreams, originally by the Eurythmics, and the theme to the Bond movie, Skyfall.

Discord, the wellbeing choir, sang a range of popular songs and the night finished with a energetic performance by The Signs, formally known as Twisted Piglet.

The event was organised by the Rotary Club of Diss & District.

A Park Alive concert was held in Diss ParkIt featured wellbeing choir Discord and Starston youngster

A Park Alive concert was held in Diss ParkIt featured wellbeing choir Discord and Starston youngster Breeze RedwinePictures Trevor Sayer - Credit: Archant


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It was compered by Park Radio, supported by Eye Scouts and as well as food and drink funds were raised from a how many balloons in a car contest in conjunction with John Grose.

Saturday's event raised more than £4,000, which will go to local and international charities supported by Rotary International.

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A Park Alive concert was held in Diss ParkIt featured wellbeing choir Discord and Starston youngster

A Park Alive concert was held in Diss ParkIt featured wellbeing choir Discord and Starston youngster Breeze RedwinePictures Trevor Sayer - Credit: Archant

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