The Royal Air Force Squadronaires band is set for a one-off charity concert in Rickmansworth with Clare Teal.

The band will be joined on March 15 at the Watersmeet Theatre by the award-winning vocalist and broadcaster, recognised for producing, presenting and performing her own BBC big band prom.

Ms Teal holds the record for the biggest recording contract ever signed by a British jazz artist.

The Squadronaires, whose history dates back to 1939, appear regularly on the television with recent concerts with Sir Tom Jones, Sir Cliff Richard and Will Young.

This event marks the 20th anniversary of the RAF Music Charitable Trust, raising welfare funds for the wider Armed Forces community.

They've previously entertained audiences during Vera Lynn's centenary celebration concert at the London Palladium.

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