WITH VIDEO: Flashmob in Brighton to encourage more people into work and training

The Argus: Flashmob in Brighton to encourage more people into work and training Flashmob in Brighton to encourage more people into work and training

Students made a song and dance of a campaign to get more people into work or training.

City College Brighton and Hove's Prince's Trust team joined forces with Fishersgate's Lighthouse Community choir to organise a 'flashmob' at Churchill Square during Saturday lunchtime.

The event was organised to raise awareness of the Prince's Trust 'Team' programme, a 12-week personal development course which helps unemployed young people gain the skills and confidence to move into work or training.

For more information on Prince’s Trust Team programmes at City College, call 07552 446724 or simply text the word TEAM and your name to that number.


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12:03pm Mon 13 Jan 14

uniteagainstparkingcharges says...

How does singing "Call me maybe" encourage people to get into work or training?

And why do people think that the best way to get attention is by starting a "flash-mob"?

Like the Harlem Shake, if you are considering creating a flash-mob, don't. There may have been a time when it was original and amusing but that ship has long since sailed.
How does singing "Call me maybe" encourage people to get into work or training? And why do people think that the best way to get attention is by starting a "flash-mob"? Like the Harlem Shake, if you are considering creating a flash-mob, don't. There may have been a time when it was original and amusing but that ship has long since sailed. uniteagainstparkingcharges

2:51pm Mon 13 Jan 14

Ashles says...

Flashmobs are so 2012.
Flashmobs are so 2012. Ashles

8:58pm Mon 13 Jan 14

brightonbellex says...

Oh don't be so miserable! Its for charity!!
Oh don't be so miserable! Its for charity!! brightonbellex

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