A FESTIVE flash mob entertained onlookers in the town centre in a bid to get Christmas spirits high.

Singers from the 130-strong Bracknell & Ascot Rock Choir revealed themselves one-by-one in Princess Square on November 24.

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Lucy Hewes, who has run the Rock Choir for 10 years felt like "Lucy the busker" as she started the festive flash mob by herself.

She said: "We had a really fun day. This flash mob was a little bit different as the singers pretended like nothing was going on and then one by one they started appearing wearing their jackets. Then they took them off, revealing the choir logo t-shirts.

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"It went down really well and its just exciting seeing people stopping by and singing along."

The Rock Choir performed later that evening at the The Lexicon Christmas lights switch-on before the fireworks display kicked off.

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Rock Choir is described as being the UK's original, and the world's largest, contemporary choir with a total of 25,000 members across the country.

It holds three Guinness World Records – 'biggest hit act in the UK', 'largest musical act to release an album' and 'largest song and dance routine held at multiple locations.

The local Rock Choir group has also performed a flash mob in The Oracle town centre, brightening people's day with their collection of songs from Queen to Clean Bandit.