A TEENAGER from Penarth gave her last musical performance, before turning 18, in honour of NHS key workers.

Young soprano, Zoe Mules, took to the street to mark the final UK-wide Clap for Carers event on Thursday, May 28.

Miss Mules celebrated her significant birthday on Saturday, May 30.

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She said: “I am delighted to have entertained an audience from my own doorstep.

“Last Thursday, I was given flowers as a gift for my 18th birthday from all the neighbours.

“It was very emotional”.

Zoe’s mother, Sam Mules said: “I am so proud of my daughter.

“The lockdown has brought the neighbourhood closer together.

“Many of the neighbours have put videos of her singing performances on social media.”

One resident said: “We have been treated to several performances by Zoe throughout the lockdown period.

“Some of which include Panis Angelicus; We’ll Meet Again; and Ave Maria.

“She has a truly beautiful voice.

“We all want to wish her well for the future at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.”