READERS of The Hunts Post are needed to help bring music to children of Uganda by backing a Huntingdon man's dream to set up potentially the first youth orchestra in east Africa. Philip Monk returned from Uganda determined to make a difference following a visit to the child he has been sponsoring for three years. The 54-year-old formed his own charity and drew on his musical background to help set up a brass band in Mbale, Uganda's third largest town. Now, three years on, the band has 35 members and travels to villages up to 50 miles away to perform. But Philip, of Woodlands, Huntingdon, is still not satisfied. He is now determined to expand the band into a full-scale youth orchestra.