VIDEO: Norfolk’s Rock Choirs join forces for Norwich Sport Relief flashmob

Visitors to Chapelfield Gardens spontaneously burst into song yesterday as part of a flashmob singalong Sport Relief.

The singers, members of Rock Choir in disguise, performed Dancing in the Street at 12.20pm, in unison with thousands of others up and down the country at Sport Relief Mile events.

Rock Choir groups from Norwich, Thorpe, Wymondham, and Beccles and Bungay, were involved in the flashmob.

They performed choreographed moves to go with the number, removing their jackets to reveal Rock Choir t-shirts underneath, before merging back into the crowds at the end of the performance.

Street collections were made at the event, with all contributions going to Sport Relief to help people living tough lives in, both here in the UK and some of the world's poorest countries.

Founder Caroline Redman Lusher said: 'Rock Choir brings people together in song, and many members have told me what a huge difference this has made to their lives. Friendship and community spirit are a huge part of Rock Choir, and we like to give back as much as we can, by raising money and awareness for charities to help change other people's lives too, so we're delighted to be supporting Sport Relief.'

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