A historic choir of singing bobbies will be lifting the spooky mood in the air this Hallowe’en.

The origins of the Metropolitan Police Male Voice Choir dates back to 1872 and it prides itself on its quality of performance and professionalism.

The group, which is made up of serving and retired policemen, has performed in many concerts and services at venues including the Royal Albert Hall, the Barbican Centre and Westminster Abbey.

It has sung at anniversaries, service funerals and memorial services all over the UK and abroad, and has made numerous television appearances and recorded several albums.

Metropolitan Police Male Voice Choir; Banstead United Reformed Church, Woodmansterne Lane, Banstead; October 31; 7.30pm; £6; call Val Beard on 01737 361437; tickets also available on the door; visit www.metpolicechoir.co.uk