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(From Grimsby Evening Telegraph)
More than 1,000 schoolchildren will sing their hearts out about global warming this week.
And yesterday, 300 pupils from years one and two from eight primary schools in North East Lincolnshire were first to take centre stage at Grimsby Central Hall for the start of the four-day Infant School Singing Festival.
They were Old Clee Primary School, Macaulay Primary School, St Mary's Catholic Primary School, Woodlands Primary School, Canon Peter Hall Primary School, Middlethorpe Primary School, St Joseph's Primary School and Enfield Primary School.
Alison Pryce-Jones directed their performance.
She said: …