One Britain One Nation

The Bradford Academy Choir was invited to perform at this year’s launch of One Britain One Nation (OBON) last week.

OBON is a charity set up to promote tolerance, harmony and collaboration between religious and community groups in Bradford and around the rest of the country.

Dignitaries attending included Lord Patel, Sir James Hill, Sir Nick Weller and the Deputy Chief Constable of the West Yorkshire Police, John Robbins.

At the end of choir’s performance of ‘I Believe I Can Fly’ the audience gave a standing ovation. Since the event, the school has also received many messages of congratulation and offers of invites for future events. The Telegraph and Argus also featured the choir in the newspaper.





Courtney-Jade Quayle

6th April, 2017 at 8:20am

It was an amazing day and a great experience for all of us in choir. Some bits were a bit boring but overall it was enjoyable. I loved performing and I also loved hearing the primary school do their performance of their song. They were incredible.

Courtney-Jade Quayle

6th April, 2017 at 8:22am

It also gave me great pleasure and made me feel even prouder of us seeing all of the comments all over twiiter, MPs and the T&A retweeting us.

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