Pop star Pixie said Caravan of Love will be released as her Christmas single.
Twenty pence of every single sale goes straight to Alder Hey Children’s Charity.
It will also feature in television adverts for Matalan, Alder Hey's charity partner for Alphabet Scarves campaign which has won the backing of the likes of Britney Spears and Justin Bieber.
Pop star Pixie Lott has recorded a classic hit and money from the single will go towards Alder Hey Hospital's children's charity.
The star has released a new version of Caravan of Love, made famous by the Housemartins in 1986.
It's a special time as Alder Hey Children's Hospital celebrates 100 years and looks forward to the future. As young people are key to everything they do the hospital wanted them to create artwork for the new site as Vicky Charnock, arts co-ordinator at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital explains.
Alder Hey Children's hospital celebrates its 100th birthday this month.
Artwork from Liverpool children is being displayed outside the new hospital site to mark the milestone. The hospital moves to its new site next year.
Alder Hey was originally a mansion set in 25 acres. It was sold in 1910 to be a workhouse for the poor to include an area for paupers' children. The doors were opened in 1914, but because of the First World War - it was never used in that way.
During the War, it was used as a military hospital, but the wards which had been designated to children were still retained for them. At the end of the war it became a children's hospital although in the Second World War it also took in casualties from the war.
It went on to become one of Europe's busiest children's hospitals now treating 270,000 children and caring for their families every year.
It was the first hospital to test Penicillin saving a child from Pneumonia in 1944 and was the first in the UK to have a neonatal unit.
It's now running a £30m appeal to raise money for life saving equipment and facilities for Alder Hey in the Park.
The North West's leading children's hospital has been told it must improve.
Alder Hey's care of critically ill children has been criticised and inspectors say they don't have enough nurses and senior doctors.
The report comes after an inspection by Care Quality Commission.
The hospital trust says it's already made improvements.
Alder Hey Children's Hospital says it's already investing in additional nursing staff and making improvements.
The NHS Foundation Trust says it's confident the overall service to patients is safe but they still need to make improvements in recruitment, outpatients and and their High Dependency Unit.
The Trust's Chief Executive said the CQC report showed the high quality care, compassion and commitment shown to patients and families at Alder Hey.
Alder Hey Children's NHS Trust in Liverpool has been told it needs to make a series of improvements. An inspection in May found care for the critically ill and staffing levels need improvement and there were long waiting times for outpatients. The hospital cares for more than quarter of a million children from the region each year and has accepted the recommendations. Ellen Armistead from the Care Quality Commission said Alder Hey was a good hospital but there were issues that needed to be addressed.
A report into Alder Hey Children's NHS Trust in Liverpool has revealed a number of areas need improving. An inspection found critical care and staffing levels need improvement and there was long wait times for outpatients. A number of other services including A&E were rated good or outstanding.
Alder Hey Children's Hospital is run by one of four dedicated children's hospital trusts in the UK. It provides integrated healthcare for children and young people from the local population in Liverpool and the surrounding North West area, as well as specialised services to children and young people nationally.
Under the new inspection model, CQC has given individual ratings to each of the core services at the hospital. An inspection team of 41 people which included doctors, nurses, hospital managers, trained members of the public, CQC inspectors and analysts carried out an announced inspection in May.
The full report can be accessed here.
With just one year left to go, work on building the new Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool is well underway.
And today the Granada Reports cameras were allowed inside the site for the first time to see how it's all coming together.