His poster has graced countless bedroom walls down the years.

And now people have the chance to meet 70s heart throb Merrill Osmond in person - and raise money for Huddersfield’s children’s hospice at the same time.

Merrill will be in Holmfirth next month to perform an evening of ‘Rock and Osmond’ hits.

And he has agreed to donate an hour of his time to raise vital funds for the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice.

On the afternoon of Friday, June 24, hours before he performs at Holmfirth Picturedrome, he will be hosting an exclusive meet and greet with the aim of raising over £1,000.

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Fans can pay £50 a head to meet the singer and get an official picture with 50% of the proceeds going to the hospice, and the other 50% to Merrill’s charity of choice.

Merrill has a history of raising funds for charity by hosting his own balls and various meet and greets. The lead singer of the Osmond family is also an established solo artist and has toured throughout the world.

THE OSMONDS, L to R: Alan, Merril, Donny, Jay, Wayne (Photo by David Redfern/Redferns)

With his brothers, Merrill, 63, has sang lead on 27 gold records and has produced and written the music and lyrics for five number one hits. He is

celebrating his 55th year in showbusiness.

The Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice fully re-opened earlier this month, more than three months after a disastrous fire.

The hospice supports over 185 children and their families through its hospice at home service and state of the art hospice Russell House.

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The fire, in January, is believed to have been caused by an electrical fault. It had a major impact on the hospice, although staff were able to continue caring for children through the hospice at home service.

More details on the meet and greet are available at http://www.merrillosmond.com/speaking/ .