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Date: Aug 2009
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“Music Builds Community”
Do you want a
chance to sing?
Would you like to
play an instrument with other people?
So often our
children learn to sing or play at school but find it difficult to
join with others.
A group in Exning
is planning an exciting new project to provide opportunities locally
for children, young people and adults to enjoy making music.
Initially they want
to establish singing groups for children, sometimes with parents and
They also hope to
offer opportunities for beginners, and more experienced
instrumentalists, to have fun and develop their skills.
The experience of
playing and singing together will lead to chances to perform in
This new community led programme initiated by the Exning
Parish Churches, already includes a youth worker, and a volunteer
who runs a weekly singing group for children and parents in a local
To move the project forward they want to appoint a paid, part
time, Project Director.
experience of working with young people and some musical knowledge
would be an advantage, the overriding personal quality is that they
have the necessary enthusiasm, motivation and commitment to ensure
the Project’s success.
If you are interested in the project, either
as Project Director or to help in some other way, Ben Williams would
like to hear from you on
If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an
interview please call Ben Williams on 01638-577825 or
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