Katie's Diary

ubu set for friendly competition

7th December 2014

The people we serve are hitting the high streets to celebrate Christmas and spread some festive cheer while competing in a seasonal competition.

The consumer choirs will have to be pitch perfect  to grab the votes across the organisation to win the prizes, if they want to be in with a chance of taking the ubu title ‘ubu Choirs Flashmob 2014’ with the winner being announced at the Winter Wonderland party on December 19.

The competition has been designed for the benefit of the people we serve, their neighbours in local communities as well as the nominated charities chosen by them. Each choir will be looking to raise awareness about the charities that represent diverse causes close to everyone’s hearts while spreading some Christmas cheer!

The flashmobs will appear without warning in town centres, sing their chosen song, be filmed for the competition then disappear having entertained those around them.

We are always keen to break the mould of festive fun that motivates both the people we serve, our colleagues and supporters to enjoy the togetherness of the season along with some festive fun.

It is very easy for all of us to stay within the comfort of something we know.  ubu is all about enabling the people we serve to become the people they could be, our enablers to make a difference and the communities in which we work to cast aside any prejudices about vulnerable people they may have.

Flashmobs singing popular Christmas Carols and songs is entertaning, giving it a competitive edge means that the choirs will deliver quality performances that everyone will enjoy.

 

Watch out for a flashmob near you and let us know what you think; follow us on Twitter

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Find out how else we plan to celebrate the festive period by following us on Twitter @ubusupport and reading our updates and blogs weekly. 

ubu set for friendly competition

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