A GROUP of singers formed by people whose lives have been changed by cancer officially released their new single as they look to make it to Christmas number one.
The We Can Survive Singers formed in late 2018 with the message that ‘cancer doesn’t define you’.
Set up with a £5,000 grant from Macmillan Cancer Support which funded the recording sessions with another £5,000 the group went from strength to strength, winning a Proud of Barnsley award a year later.
The community group, which offers emotional, social and peer support for people living with and beyond cancer across the borough.
They launched their new single, Catch Me When I Fall, on Thursday - and it can be found on iTunes, Amazon Music, Spotify and all other digital platforms.
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