The D-Day commemoration at Ludlow Castle was graced by a stunning performance from local teenage singer Macy O.

The event, held to honour the bravery and sacrifices of those who fought for freedom, was made even more memorable by Macy's captivating voice and engaging stage presence.

Macy O, a 16-year-old sensation from Shropshire, delivered a mix of beautifully sung wartime classics and her own original material, leaving the audience in awe.

Her performance was not just a tribute to the past but also a showcase of her exceptional talent and potential.

A firm favourite for her regular performances at Ludlow Market, where she often sings on a Wednesday and a Friday as her family runs a stall on the market, Macy has already made a name for herself locally.

Her recent collaboration with the band Bastille, where she sang in front of 5,000 people at Ludlow Castle last year, has further cemented her status as a rising star.

Macy's ability to connect with the audience, combined with her powerful voice and heartfelt songwriting, makes her a standout artist. As she continues to perform and grow, there is a strong call from the community to support her journey and help her reach larger stages.

With her new album Journeys due for release in September, Macy O is undoubtedly a talent to watch.

Her performance at the D-Day ceremony was a testament to her skill and passion, and she has the potential to achieve great success in the music industry.