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Young singer teams up with Wayne Rooney & Mike Stock to spearhead latest NSPCC campaign

Some of the biggest and most successful names in British music and sport are joining forces in aid of the NSPCC’s rejuvenated efforts to help the country’s most vulnerable young people.

Chloe Rose is just 16. She has been busy working with record producer and songwriter Mike Stock (Stock Aitken Waterman, Kylie Minogue) and his team at MPG Records since she was 14. She’s been learning the ropes, picking up experience and planning her first album.

You can imagine her excitement when she was asked by the NSPCC to record an official song for their 30 year anniversary commemorations for ChildLine’s telephone helpline. What’s more, she will perform the song for the first time, exclusively, at the home of the biggest football club in the world - Manchester United at Old Trafford football stadium. She will perform at the testimonial for England’s star captain, Wayne Rooney in front of a packed crowd in aid of the Wayne Rooney Foundation which provides so much support for the NSPCC and other children’s charities. This will also be the first appearance of new manager Jose Mourinho at the Theatre Of Dreams. It will be a star studded evening that will raise vital funds for charity.

To bring things right up to date into the 21st Century, Barclays Bank have developed a brand new and innovative app in partnership with NSPCC which will provide 24 hour help and assistance to all young people who need it. This is a far cry from the original concept back in the 1980s when the helpline was a number you could only dial from a telephone box on the high street. We’ve come a long way!

‘For Me’ is written by Mike Stock - Britain’s most successful songwriter and record producer and will be available on iTunes from August 3rd followed by the release of the brand new Barclays app, also called For Me which will be downloadable from the app store in September.

All proceeds from Chloe Rose ‘For Me’ will go straight to the Wayne Rooney Foundation, the NSPCC and ChildLine.

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