With the community choir, the children's choir and now the young men's choir all rising to the challenges he's placed before them, choirmaster Gareth Malone moves on to his final project with his South Oxhey choirs. With only two months left in his eight month stint with them, Gareth wants to bring all his singers under one umbrella truly to be representative of all aspects of South Oxhey, and in turn feel like they truly do represent South Oxhey not only to its own residents but to the outside world. What he chooses is to hold a South Oxhey festival, which used to be held when the estate was first developed in the post WWII era. He decides the South Oxhey playing fields would be an appropriate venue, which has the potential for a 10,000 capacity. This locale may be risky as it is outdoors and thus at the mercy of Mother Nature, and it is huge which may dwarf the event if they don't get the turnout. The authorities and technicians who he approaches to provide their OKs and expertise -...