Teen band set for music battle at IndigO2

Band Broken Way with Clare Muir on new carpet at Swan Youth Centre in Berkhamsted
Band Broken Way with Clare Muir on new carpet at Swan Youth Centre in Berkhamsted
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THESE rockers are going to perform in front of hundreds of people at a nightclub in London’s O2 complex.

The Swan Youth Centre members, who form rock band Broken Way, regularly practise in the band room of the Berkhamsted club and perform at its gig nights.

The 17-year-old students of Berkhamsted’s Ashlyns School, based in Chesham Road, have been together for more than a year.

Bandmates Harrison Robb, Huseyin Hodja, Will Stokes, Patrick Green, and Rhys Cox won a regional battle of the bands competition to get to where they are now.

They will perform in the National Skills Factor 2011 Finals at the live music Indig02, which is part of The O2 complex, next Wednesday.

Swan Youth Centre coordinator Clare Muir said: “It has been interesting seeing them develop as a band and they have really got quite professional and improved immensely. They are great.”

They had a double celebration – because the Swan Youth Centre, of High Street, Berkhamsted, has brand new carpets (above).

They were donated by Oxbridge Flooring, of Northbridge Road, Berkhamsted.

Clare added: “The carpets have really freshened up the centre which has a really homely feel to it now.”