Yorkshire Times
Weekend Edition
Jan Harris
Deputy Group Editor
12:00 AM 8th June 2024

Want To Be Part Of An AmaSing Charity?

photo credit BGT
photo credit BGT
I don't know who was more excited last weekend: me as a proud granny travelling down on the train or my granddaughter, Daisy, and her friends heading down by coach to London for the semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent.

Actually, I think I trumped them all. I found it uplifting, and it was fantastic to support Daisy and the community arts charity she is part of, AmaSing!

Even though the choir didn't advance to the final, the semi-final was an unforgettable experience that will live on in our memories. We will never forget it.

Unbelievably, Ryan Reynolds sent them an encouraging message, and Gyles Brandreth mentioned them on This Morning.

If Gyles should be reading this, it would be great if Rachael from AmaSing could take some of the amazing choir members down to the This Morning studio to sing and talk about their unforgetable BGT experience.

The whole experience has been incredible for all our children, families, and staff. To have even got to the live semi-finals of BGT was something we never expected, and the whole AmaSing team is so grateful to everyone who has supported us on our journey through this process. 

A huge thank you to the amazing teachers, friends, and family who volunteered their time to safeguard the children; to all the families, public, and famous people who voted for them; and to the wonderful BGT team and judges who worked so hard to create the amazing show.

We have loved every minute of it and are thrilled with how brilliant all the children have been. Despite coming from a diverse range of backgrounds, needs, and abilities in Cheshire, Wrexham, and Flintshire, all the children involved shone, singing their hearts out and performing our unique songs created by children.
They represent AmaSing beautifully, which is an inclusive non-profit arts organisation and charity that supports young people’s mental health and well-being through exciting creative arts opportunities.
It's been wonderful to see how these children have grown in confidence, and their excitement to perform and have fun was infectious. 

AmaSing is super proud of them all, and this will definitely be an amazing experience they'll never forget, so thank you to everyone who made it possible.
Rachael Bowman, CEO of AmaSing Projects CIC.

photo credit BGT
photo credit BGT
AmaSing are always looking for support to continue creating these opportunities for all young people.

They work in schools everyday and run a creative arts school and choir at the weekends so if you are interested please get in touch with or click here

To go to the website click here

To find out about other projects click here