Pupils from Nottingham Girls' High Junior School are releasing a single this week in memory of their friend Rose Whittle who died in March this year after a long fight with a rare form of cancer.
The girls are hoping to raise money for the Cancer Ward at Nottingham Children's Hospital where Rose, who won a national award in recognition of her bravery, received treatment.
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