One of Hereford's most loved landlady's, Norma Blake, is raising money for St Michael's and celebrating 35 years of hospice care with a 35-hour music marathon.

Norma has been supporting St Michael's for the past five years at the Queen's Arms, raising almost £30,000 on behalf of the Hospice Angels.

St Michael's cared for both her mum and dad so she wanted to do her bit to make a difference.

She added: "My regulars love a bit of karaoke, and it doesn't matter how good your voice is. It's a great feeling to sing your heart out."

Those visitors to the Broad Street pub who take up the challenge of singing hits from 1984 will also be rewarded with one free shot.

As well as donations from singers and supporters, Norma will be donating 20% of all sales from the pub's popular Pieminster menu which includes regulars' favourite 'The Mothership.'

Drinkers are invited to sing their heart out for St Michael’s on the pub's karaoke machine from May 3 until May 6.