Britain’s Got Talent stars serenade Royston Tesco shoppers

PUBLISHED: 17:18 10 June 2016 | UPDATED: 09:03 13 June 2016

The Neales.

The Neales.

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Fans of Britain’s Got Talent flocked to Royston Tesco earlier today to see finalists in last year’s show The Neales.

The group, made up of dad Laurie Neale and sons James Neale, Dan Neale and Phil Neale, went to mark the release of their single ‘I’ll be there’.

The single will be on sale at Tesco stores for £1 – with all proceeds going to Tesco’s national charity partnership with Diabetes UK and the British Heart Foundation.

Phil, who works in marketing at Tesco, said: “Having nearly lost our own dad and band member 10 years ago to a heart attack, we feel very lucky and proud to be in a position to raise money for and awareness of two illnesses that affect millions of dads across the country.”

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  • Picture is not Tesco Royston....come on Royston Crow. If you are going to report this at least turn up to the actual place and take an actual photo.

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    Friday, June 10, 2016

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