A group of Radlett residents have come together in isolation to create a music video for charity.
Local songwriter, performer and mum Juliette Kulikovs (pictured) arranged the video with several residents on her road of all ages who wanted to take part, including 10-year-old Natey Cohen and local grandpa David Pereira-Mendoza, who’s lived in Radlett for 42 years.
The group of residents, who call themselves The Same Road, performed There’ll Always Be An England by Ross Parker and Hughie Charles to raise money for the NHS Charities Together Fund.
Juliette said: “We wanted to do something to boost morale and use our creativity for the community, have fun and raise money for the NHS Charities Together Fund. Everyone did a fantastic job recording their parts in isolation and filming socially distanced video clips.
“We had all been in lockdown for such a long time, it was lovely to create this memory and to do something to help the NHS.”
The video features Isabel Menon on piano, along with vocalists Juliette Kulikovs, Natey Cohen, Olivia Menon, Ethan and Leon and David Pereira-Mendoza. Juliette also produced the video and the ‘Visor Army’ featured (residents making visors) were Josh and Candi Goldstein.