A charitable trust has given hundreds of inner-city kids the chance to learn a musical instrument.
All 210 Year Seven pupils at Highbury Grove Secondary have been handed a violin, cello or viola thanks to a five-figure donation from a family trust.
And teachers say it's having a transformational effect. In a school where more than 50 languages are spoken, it provides a universal method of communication.
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A lamp in the tower which houses Big Ben is to be switched off for the first time in more than 70 years.
Sir Bruce entertained audiences for more than seven decades.
Work in the tower will also pause over the bank holiday weekend.