Late Night Concert 2019

For the first time this year we welcomed Singer/Songwriter’s Hannah Schaefer from USA, and Rebekah Fitch from Belfast. During time with the youth both Hannah & Rebekah did a singer/songwriter workshop and together came up with our theme song! The last night of the festival we had a late night concert finishing with a duet version of Lauren Daigle’s You Say.

We really hope to see both Hannah Schaefer & Rebekah Fitch back next year!

Published by RichieGadget

Richie has been working with young people since 1992, in a variety of contexts, and in 2000 graduated from Moorlands College with a BA degree in Applied Theology/Youth & Community work with National accreditation (UK). Since then he has been involved in pioneering youth work as a Youth & Children’s worker in Berkshire, training and mentoring youth workers as a field work tutor for Centre for Youth Ministry, Oxford as well as engaging in local church work. Richie first started out in radio in 2000 with a temporary license and a show on Hope FM in Bournemouth - since then he’s been involved in various project with radio including working with 16 - 25 year olds on a millennium volunteers project in 2002 and from 2006 to 2008 worked as a volunteer for Hospital Radio in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, presenting request shows, breakfast and a Sunday afternoon specialist show. Richie moved to Ireland in the autumn of 2008 to work primarily for Spirit Radio Ireland in as the Operations Support Manager, as well as presenting a regular Saturday show and makes features and contributions to programming.

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