Hundreds of people packed into the north Norfolk town of Holt this weekend to celebrate fifty years of Beatles music.
Organiser Tom Appleton talking about the 'Holt Howl' where 600 people came together in song
They formed a giant choir - so big the town centre had to be closed for the performance. It was the culmination of months of planning and rehearsals.
Local people, schools and businesses were all invited to come along and sing some of the best known Beatles songs.
All the money raised will go to the Holt Youth Project which helps children in the town.
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