St Albans pub is looking for the X factor!

PUBLISHED: 14:04 08 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:30 06 May 2010

HAVE you got the X factor? A pub in St Albans is on the lookout for singing sensations to take part in its very own fundraising talent search. The King William IV pub on Sandridge Road is one of 13 Ember Inns in the St Albans district taking part in The E

HAVE you got the X factor? A pub in St Albans is on the lookout for singing sensations to take part in its very own fundraising talent search.

The King William IV pub on Sandridge Road is one of 13 Ember Inns in the St Albans district taking part in The E Factor, the pub groups' version of the popular TV show which aims to discover the city's best entertainer.

One finalist from each live audition will go through to the grand final at the King William IV final on December 5 where they will sing their heart out for the chance to win a first-place prize of £750.

Ember Inns are hoping to raise £8,000 from donations for The Foyer Federation, a charity which invests in disadvantaged young people to help them on their journey towards becoming independent adults.

For a chance to take part in the E Factor live auditions at the King William IV pub tomorrow, October 9, pick up an entry form inside.

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