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Priestlands pupils can mix it in style with new DJ controllers presented by friends of the Lymington school





PRIESTLANDS pupils now have three new DJ controllers to help them mix it in style for relaxation, fun or in their exams.

The controllers, which can now be used for GCSE exam performances, were presented to the music department at the school’s spring concert by Friends of Priestlands’ secretary Melanie Head to head of music Gareth Williams who arranged the concert.

Performed in front of an audience of around 250, the concert featured bands, drummers, singers, jazz band, DJs and choirs from local junior schools.

Melanie Head, pupil Joel Jaques, and Gareth Williams with the school's new DJ controllers
Melanie Head, pupil Joel Jaques, and Gareth Williams with the school's new DJ controllers

The Friends raise money by providing refreshments, a popular quiz night – the latest raised £800 – and many other events with the proceeds invested back into the school. The annual meeting, open to all, is at 6pm on 17th April.

Melanie said: “Buying these DJ controllers gives all the students at Priestlands School a chance to try and mix music themselves – a vast majority of them enjoy listening to this drum and bass, techno and dance music.”



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