World Record for the Largest Synchronised Singing Act

Posted on 21. Dec, 2012 by in Community, Featured, Music

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The World Record for the Largest Synchronised Singing Act happened on Saturday the 23rd of June 2012 at The Old lodge. Film from Cotswold Food Club.

Cotswold Food Club write: “Part of the World Record attempt for the Largest Synchronised Singing Act happened on Saturday the 23rd of June at the Old Lodge. ….The choir at the Old Lodge event was directed by Michael Childs and was made up of over 300 singers from Stroud, Cheltenham, Bristol & Bath. The official videos and photographs have been sent to the Guinness World Record office to confirm the numbers across the UK and they will find out if they have succeeded in their attempt by Friday 29th June. Nick Beardsley said: “It was amazing to see so many people turn up. The Old Lodge was the perfect venue on top of the common as there is so much space. We ran a BBQ on the common afterwards for all the singer, their families and supporters!”

In fact when the figures came in and they won the record attempt – but with  7,914 Rock Choir members successfully completing a synchronised nationwide performance of the Bryan Adams and Melanie C duet ‘Baby When You’re Gone’, winning them the record for ‘the largest song and dance routine held at multiple locations’.

See also Cotswold Food Club getting involved in new smokery just outside Nailsworth: http://stroudcommunity.tv/the-smokery-launch-ruskin-mill/

See more films from the Cotswold Food Club:

Fostons Ash Fun Day 2010: http://youtu.be/yuZGETzTagM

Where Fostons Ash get their baby leaves from: http://youtu.be/SOJOfrVFQTM

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Director and Co-Founder of Stroud Community TV

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