Singer Emeli Sande opened a new recording studio to give teenagers a safe place to make music.
The new rehearsal space in Eade Road, Tottenham, was also officially opened by Haringey Borough Council leader Claire Kober.
Ms Sande, whose hit songs include Read All About It, said she was “thrilled” to be associated with the project and said it was vital that people have somewhere to “channel their musical creativity”.
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Written by: Anna Slater, Tottenham and Wood Green Independent
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