Fancy a piano? There are 21 up for grabs for schools, churches and other institutions across East Anglia

Schools and institutions in Norfolk are being encouraged to apply to receive one of 21 pianos that a

Schools and institutions in Norfolk are being encouraged to apply to receive one of 21 pianos that are being given away, following a concert at Cambridge's King's College Chapel. The pianos, worth �50,000, are being donated by sister companies Cookes Pianos, Norwich and Millers Music, Cambridge. Picture: GABRIELLA MORRIS - Credit: Archant

Schools and institutions across Norfolk have the chance to apply for one of 21 pianos worth more than £50,000.

Norwich's Cookes Pianos and Millers Music in Cambridge are offering the instruments in an effort to support music education in the region.

Schools, community centres, churches and other education institutions across East Anglia can apply via online www.millersmusic.co.uk/21pianos by March 12 to receive one of the instruments.

The pianos were used for a performance at Cambridge's King's College Chapel to an audience of more than 500.

Simon Pollard, managing director at Millers and Cookes, said: 'We hope that giving away all 21 pianos used in the performance to schools and community groups will help to inspire and support more music students in our region.

'We're passionate about giving young people the opportunity to learn, play and enjoy music.'

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