Singers in the world's largest contemporary choir took part in a 'big sing' event at The Beacon in Wantage.

On Saturday Rock Choir members from Wantage, Oxford, Abingdon, Didcot and Witney gathered under one roof for a huge choir practice.

The 'rockies' were very excited to be back to physical rehearsals and filled the room with the sound of hit songs.

Caroline Redman Lusher, award-wining singer and creator of Rock Choir built Rock Choir up from 100 members in her home town of Farnham, Surrey in 2005 to now over 33,000 members across the UK.

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Mrs Lusher attended the 'big sing' at The Beacon and thanked the singers for their loyalty and support throughout lockdown.

The Rock Choir founder sings praise to the mental health and wellbeing benefits of singing in a group.

Mrs Lusher said: "Singing helps people experience a nicer, calmer lifestyle."

She added: "People will be able to cope with life's difficulties in a positive and strong way."

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