MUSIC and dancing filled the streets of Worcester for a music video project which allowed people with learning disabilities to share why they love the city.

Members of the Monday Night Club filmed music videos and held flash mob at several of the city's famous landmarks including Worcester Cathedral and The Hive.

As Queen's We Will Rock You blasts out, three members of the club stand atop the Cathedral as a drone films while in another shot a flash mob arrives on South Quay and dances along to Ella Henderson's Ghost.

But as well as expressing their love of Worcester, the films also contained serious messages and, as club members lip synched to Major Lazer's Lean On, subtitles explained how people with learning disabilities often struggle to find paid work.

The club collaborated with filmmakers C&T and African drum specialists Drum Love as well as dance therapist Cat O'Connell to create the short films after receiving funding from the Big Lottery Fund's Awards for All.

Max Allsup, assistant director at C&T, said: "The Monday Night Club are a wonderful organisation. Like C&T, they are committed to improving the lives of people with learning disabilities so this project was a perfect fit for us.

"Their enthusiasm, creativity and dedication flowed throughout all the workshops, filming and the final performance we all made together.

"We hope now everyone can enjoy the videos and website we have made."

They premiered the films on Monday night during their Beat Street On Stage and Screen evening attended by mayor of Worcester cllr Roger Knight and now they hope people will share their efforts.

The Monday Night Club, which meets at Barbourne Ex-Servicemen's Club, hope their films will go viral to spread their important messages as well as challenge misconceptions about learning disabilities.

Laura Gill, from Worcester, who has learning disabilities, decided to organise her own social club.

She said: “When I left college I lost all my social life and missed my friends.

"I was at home every evening.

"I started The Monday Night Club so we could get together, make new friends and have some fun!” Four years later it is still growing strong and numbers attending are increasing.

For more information on the group, call 07973 788029.