Mzuvele High School Choir visited the project and entertained our guests
The choir of students, aged 14 to 16, is from Durban and is over in Garforth to
perform at Garforth Arts festival and have been here since 4th July. They will be returning home on 12th July.
The group were welcomed by William Mullins from Kouga Lions Club near Port Elizabeth in Eastern Cape. William is in England for a year with 3 year old daughter Amy and wife who is doing PHD research at York University.
Pyrographic plaques made by the users of the garden were presented to Sivanda Msomi by former Lord Mayor of Leeds, Judith Elliot who is patron of the Project
We also had the pleasure of hearing Pupils from Bramley Primary school Choir sing a selection of songs accompanied by four guitarists. This choir are also involved with Garforth Arts Festival.The group was led by Headmaster David Harrison.