Euro 2016 song cheering England to glory
PUBLISHED: 12:00 24 June 2016
A Weston-super-Mare man has written a song to cheer on England in the Euros.
Paul Hobbs, aged 67, wrote England For Glory to raise money for the children’s charity Variety.
It has been recorded by singer Daz Sims, who often performs at events in Weston, supported by a number of school children.
It has been played on radio stations and mentioned on the BBC programme The One Show.
Former X Factor contestant Wagner has also shown his support by encouraging his social media followers to buy the single.