PUPILS from Osborne School in Winchester have raised more than £100 for charity with a special concert performance.

Taking place at Steamtown in Eastleigh on Tuesday, March 28, musicians from Osborne School provision OsKing’s staged the gig to raise funds in aid of British Red Cross.

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Joined by school staff, the pupils played a range of classic rock songs. The musicians were all part of a lunchtime club called OsJam and spent many break times practising and jamming.

The performance was an opportunity for them to play a “pub gig”, and gave the musicians experience playing songs that they chose themselves.

In total, £103 was raised for British Red Cross at the event.