Children from a Leicester primary school are singing their support for their hometown's City of Culture 2017 bid with the specially-written Anthem for Leicester.
The youngsters, from Stoneygate College, are hoping their song will give the city's bid a rousing send-off before it goes to the government to be considered on Monday.
The song was written by school headmaster Paul Hitchcock and was debuted in front of an audience for the first time today.
More top news
Coventry City Manager Tony Mowbray says he is still unsure if he will be at the club next season after guiding them to safety in League One.
More than 1,300 pupils from Arthur Terry school in Sutton Coldfield cast their ballots in a full blown mock general election.
Mainly fine with sunny spells and lighter winds.