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If they had won, the group planned on donating the £250,000 winningsto fund the continued search for their missing friends and relatives.
Missing People, the charity who run the choir, provide support to young people who run away, as well as their families.
The boy called his mother after he saw his appeal on the talent show on Saturday night.
The choir, which is made up of people who have missing family members, performed in the final of the talent show on June 3 but were beaten by pianist Tokyo Myers.Its vivid mosaics and striking wall paintings really bring the mid-4th century to life - check out the Roman-era under-floor heating in the bathroom.Then scroll forward 12 centuries at nearby Lullingstone Castle and World Garden, where a 15th century manor house is surrounded by plants from all around the globe.'Gorgeous stately homes, irresistible gardens, Roman remains and a picturesque landscape, including the rippling hills of the High Weald and the rolling North Downs, make Sevenoaks in Kent a destination you can't afford to miss.Sevenoaks wears its long history well, with its traditional Kentish architecture in its attractive towns and villages; Sevenoaks, Westerham, Edenbridge and Eynsford overflow with atmosphere, vibrant shopping streets, architectural treasures and appealing places to eat and drink, providing a slice of traditional Kent life One of Britain's most impressive stately homes is in the heart of Sevenoaks: the vast, enchanting National Trust property of Knole.The head of the airline which has launched a raft of low-fares transatlantic flights from Ireland — including Cork Airport’s first scheduled direct service to the US — has given a “personal guarantee” that they are “here to stay”.