Children from Catterick military families star on Britain’s Got Talent

Children from Catterick military families starred on national television last night when they appeared on Britain’s Got Talent.

Children from the Catterick-based Service Children’s Military Choir joined others from around the country as part of the Voices of Armed Forces Children Choir to perform in front of the judges.

The choir is made up of six to 18-year-olds whose parents are serving or have served in the military.

The performance received a standing ovation from the Britain’s Got Talent judges.

Amanda Holden said: “I’m a mess. It’s incredibly unselfish of you to lend them to us for our own safety.”

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The song, titled Welcome Home, aimed to bring families together whose parents were out on deployment.