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Wednesday, 1 November, 2000, 09:47 GMT
Wanted: S Club choir
S Club 7
Charity case: S Club 7 are hunting for collaborators
Pop group S Club 7 are searching for a school choir to help them perform their new single for the BBC's Children In Need appeal.

The group's new song, Never Had A Dream Come True, has been chosen as the official single for this year's appeal.

They will perform the track on the Children In Need show on BBC One on Friday 17 November, but now they are hunting for a band to join them for the performance.

The group - Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O'Meara, Hannah Spearritt and Rachel Stevens - will listen to all the entries before making a decision on who will win.

Interested choirs are being asked to submit a cassette or CD recording of them performing any pop song, but ideally it should be an S Club 7 number.

School choirs should be between the ages of eight and 15, and entries should be made through the school's head teacher.

The single will be released on 27 November, with all proceeds going to Children In Need.

Entries should be sent to: S Club 7 Competition, BBC White City, 201 Wood Lane, London W12 7TS.

Children In Need is the group's second charity commitment this autumn.

Last week, they teamed up with veteran actress Dame Thora Hird to launch this year's Poppy Appeal.

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