A CHESTER school principal has written and released a music single to raise funds for local good causes.

Nigel Paramor, known in the music industry as Mister Wulf, has been so inspired by the spirit of Chester community during the pandemic, has written and released the song 'Catastrophe'.

Sales and streaming proceeds will be donated to the Trussell Trust and West Cheshire Foodbank, to support their campaign for a future where everyone can afford their own food.

Nigel, 60, has fundraised and supported West Cheshire Foodbank for several years, and in January 2021 wrote ‘Catastrophe’, a song about the impact of the pandemic has had on people, and the inspiring support people and communities have given to each other during these difficult times.

He said: “I wanted to do something positive with my music for the Chester community, so I am delighted to be collaborating with the Trussell Trust and West Cheshire Foodbank to support their important work in combating hunger and poverty across Cheshire.”

Nigel released his first album, entitled 'Big Sky: Songs from a lockdown year', on Christmas Eve 2020. Nigel’s real job is at English in Chester, an English language teaching school in central Chester, where he is the school principal.

He has been involved in supporting West Cheshire Foodbank and also Soul Kitchen for several years.

Ian Oulton, a trustee at West Cheshire Foodbank, said: "We are delighted Mister Wulf is releasing this single to support the work we and the Trussell Trust are doing to make foodbanks a thing of the past.

"At present we are seeing a rise of 60 per cent in demand compared to 2020. So many people have been affected by the pandemic, and we really appreciate all of the efforts of people like Nigel to raise money to support our important work."

  • The single is available for download on iTunes and on streaming services now. It is also available to download from Mister Wulf’s own webpage at https://misterwulf.bandcamp.com