West End star Tabitha Webb raised more than £800 towards the cost of a church and Community Centre in Shenley Brook End with the help of more than 30 local youngsters.
The concert, held at Shenley Brook End School on March 7, thrilled an audience of 200 people.
Proceeds were shared between the Oak Tree Centre project in Shenley Brook End and a project by charity Interserve to provide hospice care for homeless people in central Asia. The Oak Tree Centre will provide a building for community use as well as a home for Shenley Christian Fellowship church which currently holds activities in a variety of hired rooms.
Since winning choirgirl of the year in the 10th anniversary of that award, Tabitha Webb has played roles in the Phantom Of The Opera and Les Miserables in the West End as well as directing her own production, Love Beyond, at the Wembley Arena.
She said: “I believe community is very important and I was delighted to be able to support two charities which both aim to foster community spirit.”