A DUDLEY singer has joined forces with the man responsible for writing a number one hit for Cliff Richard to release a charity Christmas single.

Snow Angels is the latest release from Beth Sherburn and every penny made from sales on iTunes will be donated to The Make A Wish Foundation.

Beth, who co-wrote the song with Chris Eaton, who penned the 1990 chart-topping hit Saviour's Day, said: "It's a love song about waiting for someone to come home for Christmas and doing lovely things together over the holidays. I think a lot of people can relate to it."

The 24-year-old continued: "I wanted to work with a charity and I decided to chose Make A Wish as it's a fantastic charity that grants magical wishes for children and young people with life threatening illnesses.

"The support I have had has been great, a lot of people have already downloaded the track and I've had great feedback.

"I want to raise as much money as possible."

Beth, who lives in Lower Gornal, is no stranger to success and has already worked with American rapper Lil Wayne on her single Joker and performed alongside the likes of Conor Maynard, Katy B and Kimberley Wyatt.

She has recently returned from Ibiza where she was shooting the video for her next single and has an album planned for release next year.

Snow Angels costs 79p and can be downloaded here.