Sisters organise concert in aid of The Children’s Society

PUBLISHED: 14:00 24 June 2018

Sophie and Ruby who have organised a concert for The Children's Society.

Sophie and Ruby who have organised a concert for The Children's Society.

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Two young sisters from Nailsea are performing in a concert to raise money for The Children’s Society.

Sophie and Ruby Baker have organised a concert to raise money for The Children's Society. Sophie and Ruby Baker have organised a concert to raise money for The Children's Society.

Sophie Baker, aged eight, and her sister Ruby, aged five, wanted to raise money to help others so they decided to showcase their musical talent by organising a fundraising concert.

The caring sisters, who both attend Wraxall Primary School, will be joined by the school choir and a number of solo performers.

Sophie and Ruby’s mum Kate Baker plays the cello in a string quartet.

The quartet will perform at the concert and Kate and Ruby will also play a duet on their instruments.

Dad Alan said: “Sophie and Ruby have always wanted to raise money to help people less fortunate than them and they came up with the idea of a concert to raise money for The Children’s Society.”

The concert is taking place in All Saints’ Church in Wraxall on July 8 at 2pm.

Tickets are £5 for adults and £1 for children on the door.

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