BBC Radio Devon's Star for Christmas
BBC Radio Devon is celebrating the role that school choirs play in making Christmas special for us all.
We are looking for the county’s best choir to join us at our Carol Service at Exeter Cathedral on 15th December and the recording played on Christmas Day.
The judges have now decided on our 8 finalists:
- Bovey Tracey Primary School
- Cockington Primary School
- Oakwood Primary School
- St Mary's Catholic Primary School, Axminster
- St Mary's Catholic Primary School, Buckfast
- The Beacon CE Primary School
- Tower House School
- West Buckland Prep School
The winner will be announced by Simon Bates in the breakfast show on the 4th December.
Terms and Conditions for Star for Christmas - Voting Stage
In order to vote, you must not be a BBC employee, employee of any of its affiliates, close relative of any such employees.
Votes can be made online by accessing www.bbc.co.uk/radiodevon from 06.00 on 30th November 2015 and must be received no later than 16.00 on 3rd December. Any votes received outside the voting window will not count.
The shortlisted Songs are the finalists of the Star for Christmas Competition.
The winner will be announced on Simon Bates Breakfast Show between 0815 and 08.45 on 4th December 2015.
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