Ed Sheeran has raised money for a local school so they can improve their facilities for disabled children.
The singer donated a guitar played on his recent album ‘=’ to support the Sir Robert Hitcham’s CEVA School in Framingham, Suffolk as a raffle prize.
Money from the Christmas raffle will go towards a music pod and installing new accessible facilities for the pupils.
Explaining the significance behind his cherished instrument Sheeran told BBC News: “There is not another guitar like this.
“This is the guitar that gets sent to me to check that all the other guitars are all right – it says prototype in it.
“To win this, it’s a £5 raffle which goes to charity. It’s going to build a music centre at a primary school near me, which I’m really excited about.”
He’s not only donated the guitar, Ed has also signed three Ipswich Town Football club 2021-22 home shirts which will be runner-up prizes in the raffle.
Ed Sheeran and Sir Elton John recently announced a new Christmas single, ‘Sausage Rolls For Everyone’ with Ladbaby to support the Trussell Trust.
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