A FORMER Wimborne pupil has released his debut single and pledged to donate all profits to a charity that supports people with the debilitating disease, Ataxia Telangiectasia (AT).

Originally from Queen Elizabeth’s School, Giles Livesey, 22, whose stage name is G Lively, left after the first year of sixth form to pursue a career in music.

He studied vocal performance and music production, before studying a degree in Electronic Music Production at the Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford.

Following the release of his first song, I Need You on November 1, Giles was inspired to work with the charity because of his friend Ebony Robinson who was diagnosed with the incurable condition as a child.

Giles’ father, former AFC Bournemouth director Adam Murry, has also organised several fundraisers and events for the charity in the past.

Giles said: “As it’s my first song, I want to help the society out. The main idea is to raise awareness of the charity and, in doing so, it will help me on the beginning part of my journey.”

AT is a rare, complex disorder which affects many systems in the body.

Ebony’s mother Lorna said: “What Giles is doing is amazing. It is great for the A-T society as it’s an opportunity for more awareness and more funding for research.”

Ebony has also taken on several personal challenges to raise awareness, including The One Show’s Rickshaw Challenge. Her most recent stunt, was a sponsored skydive in September.

Lorna adds: “The society has done wonders for her self-belief.

“She doesn’t want to be held back, she wants to prove to other families what she, and other people suffering from AT, can do.”

The song, I Need You, is available to purchase and download from all platforms including Spotify and iTunes.