Here's where you can see a flash mob in Gloucestershire this weekend

Keep your eyes peeled for flash mob performances across Gloucestershire this weekend, with Rock Choir singers popping up in busy town centres to raise awareness for the Great Western Air Ambulance Charity.

By Annabel Lammas  |  Published
Rock Choir singers are popping up across Gloucestershire this weekend with flash mob performances to raise awareness and money for the Great Western Air Ambulance Charity.

You've got a good chance of going viral if you're lucky enough to capture a flash mob performance — and there are two taking place in Gloucestershire this weekend!

Look out for flash mob performances, featuring Rock Choir singers from across the south west, on Saturday 29 June 2024, all in aid of the Great Western Air Ambulance Charity (GWAAC).

The 300-strong choir is set to perform five times in one day, starting in Bath, Bristol and Yate, before moving the flash mob into Gloucestershire.

You can expect to see them in Stroud town centre at around 2.30pm, with a performance outside The Sub Rooms.

Followed by a visit to The Brewery Quarter in Cheltenham at approximately 4pm.

As well as providing free entertainment for shoppers and passersby, the group is collecting funds for GWAAC, which relies on local community fundraising efforts to keep its air ambulance and critical care service going.

Rock Choir leader, Alex Hawker, said: 'We wanted to challenge ourselves to deliver five large-scale high-impact performances in one day.

'All the towns where my choirs meet and sing on a regular basis are in the area covered by GWAAC with their lifesaving service. Therefore, it seemed a fantastic way to highlight their work and raise some funds to help support that.'

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