Pupils can now make sweet music

Students Jack Hardman on saxophone, Jade Carver on flute and Harry Cockburn on clarinet with Trinity Academy's head of music Sam Fisher and John Brandon, of Howarth Timber.

Students Jack Hardman on saxophone, Jade Carver on flute and Harry Cockburn on clarinet with Trinity Academy's head of music Sam Fisher and John Brandon, of Howarth Timber.

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STUDENTS can blow their own trumpet after an academy was given £520 to buy instruments.

Howarth Timber and Building Supplies in Thorne gave the money to Trinity Academy in order to encourage pupils to take up an instrument, particularly a wind one.

Sam Fisher, the academy’s head of music, said: “Music plays a central role in much of academy life and the students here have great enthusiasm for learning instruments.”

John Brandon, manager of Thorne Howarth Timber, said: “I really believe in what they’re doing at Trinity.

“We are pleased to support them, especially through music and providing instruments will be a lasting legacy in terms of opportunities for students now and in the future.”