YOUNG singers are already making sweet music.

And Huddersfield Choral Junior Choirs hope the Examiner Wish will enable them to be even better.

Susan Wilkinson said funds from the Examiner Wish campaign will help them to stage a workshop and recruitment event for current and new members.

It will mean visiting musicians can train the choir and give young singers more experience of working with different professional musicians.

They’ll also be able to learn new songs and how to present them to their audience. will develop their skills further.

The choirs are for young people aged seven and over and provide the opportunity to sing and perform to a high standard.

They perform in and around Kirklees, sometimes with other choirs and bands.

Five of its members joined the National Young Music Voices 2012 to further their singing skills.

Susan added: "Music making is an activity that can dominate and shape the mind, enrich the spirit, raise morale and give huge and continuing pleasure.

"Being part of a choir community and learning and performing music to others gives individuals confidence for life.

"The Wish campaign is a wonderful way to achieve financial help and support for young people.

"Funds to give them new and different opportunities beyond our normal choir rehearsals are difficult to find, especially during a time of financial restraint."

The choirs are open to new children who can contact them on choirs