(BBC) An Interactive Carol Service as Lancashire Sings Christmas

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Thousands of people in Lancashire came together this Christmas for the county's first interactive carol concert.

Singers and musicians performed live in the BBC Radio Lancashire's Radio Theatre for the unique carol service.

People gathered at pubs, community centres, supermarkets, and even a funeral parlour to listen and join in the festive sing song.

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