THE winner of the Yorkshire Coast’s Got Talent competition is lending her show-stealing vocals to a charity single.
Megan Rooker, 15, wowed judges at the Revelstoke talent contest to walk away with the £1,000 top prize and the opportunity to record her own music at a Hull-based studio.
And now she has teamed up with Driffield poet and foster parent Ann Lowde to record a single in aid of the upcoming National Adoption Week to raise money for the British Association of Adopting and Fostering (BAAF).
The song, Love Peace and Harmony, was written by Ann who said: “Fostering is a cause close to my heart.
“There are 65,000 children in this country who don’t have a family and it is so, so wrong, so if we can raise money for them, that is my intention.”
Recording began last week at the My Own Album recording studio at Hull, and the single is due to be released online on October 31.