A UNIQUE version of a Christmas carol has been filmed in a Monmouthshire pub - and villagers are hoping it could go viral.

Singer Huw Adams, who rose to fame singing Tom Jones' Delilah on a train, led the cast of 80 who gathered at The Rose Inn in Redwick to produce and film their own version of The Twelve Days of Christmas.

The carol was filmed by Tom Harper Photography and will be shown on the Argus' website in the coming days, with a link to two JustGiving pages.

Money raised will go to Diabetes UK and the Neonatal baby unit at The Royal Gwent Hospital.

Pub-goers dressed up as farm animals for the filming of the comical take on the carol.

Jackie Thomas, of Redwick, who organised the event with Dan Maggs, chairman of Wentwood Young Farmers, said: "It is quite original, I don't think anyone has done it before.

"Everyone came along and got into the spirit.

"We are just hoping to raise as much money as possible. If it goes really well, who knows how far it could go."

The cast of 80 at the filming on Sunday evening, November 26, included Wentwood Young Farmers and others from the village.

The carol singers gathered to support Team Oarstruck, a team of amateur rowers who are preparing to cross the Atlantic Ocean in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge.

The four friends, who are raising money for Diabetes UK Cymru, came along to support the event.

They also chose for the event to support Diabetes UK, while Wentwood Young Farmers decided to support the neonatal baby unit.

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