Taking part in fun, informal music sessions with others can bring a range of physical, social and emotional benefits – and we can help!

See Singing for Health, Wellbeing and Fun page to find out where we’re currently running sessions!  You might also be interested in some of our one-off events.

Our sessions increase physical activity, exercising muscles in the head, neck, throat, torso and abdomen.  They also increase social interaction and can help with confidence-building and communication skills.

Use the menus above to find out more about us, our aims, latest news, and our community-based workshops across North Norfolk.  However, for the time-being we are focussing on our online sessions!

Playing For Cake (35 of 42)We also have online resources that help explain the benefits of singing and music for people living with particular health conditions.  There are also links to videos on these pages so people can practice at home.  Check out our ‘Singing for Better Breathing’, ‘Sing to Beat Parkinson’s’ and ‘Singing for Stroke Survivors’ pages.

You can also visit our Facebook page  for more photos and videos of some of our sessions (especially Mid-Week Music at The Hub!).

Contact us for more information.

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