Flash mob stars have a Big Voice for Mind charity

The flash mobbers with their huge cheque - �750 for the Mind mental health charity
The flash mobbers with their huge cheque - �750 for the Mind mental health charity
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A community choir shocked shoppers with a flash mob routine and raised £750 for charity in the process.

Sing With A Big Voice, which meets every Tuesday at the Queens Park Arts Centre performed a surprise singing falsh mob routing for shoppers at Tesco Broadfields this week.

The aim of the stunt was to raise cash for the Mind charity and plenty of customers were happy to add a donation.

Organiser Maria Scobey said: “Singing can not only be a great way of storytelling and moving listeners’ emotions, but it’s also a fantastic stress release and uplifting experience for those involved.

“The charity was chosen because mental health affects us all and the group felt it is almost a forgotten charity which needs more publicity in making a positive change happen.”

The singers performed Happy by Pharrell Williams and Help by The Beatles to the unsuspecting shoppers, and later presented the charity with a cheque.