SINGER Chloe Jordan has become a chart topper for her performance of Cuthbert The Goose which has gained international recognition thanks to social media posts from Caenhill Countryside Centre in Devizes.

Miss Jordan, who runs CJ Music School in Potterne, is a regular at the wildlife centre run by Chris and Hellie Franklin.

Mr Franklin’s morning videos of rush hour at the centre showing animals of all varieties being let out of their pens has gone viral. He was delighted that the song has gone to number one in the Itunes comedy charts.

Miss Jordan said: “I wanted to help the wonderful charity. I thought I could help best through my music. So I wrote Cuthbert the Goose’s music and lyrics on my piano, then I sent it over the Pete Lamb who has a music studio in Potterne. I didn’t realise how much people would love the song.”

She is to hold a concert at St John's Church, Devizes on December 7 to raise money for centre.

Miss Jordan is also doing her bit for Wiltshire Air Ambulance by holding a Christmas concert on December 21 at 7.30pm in Devizes Town Hall with guitarist Andrew Hurst.

Tickets costing £10 are available from Devizes Books and CJ School of music.