Happiness Choir!

04/04/2014

 

Happiness Choir!

04/04/2014

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We’ve just confirmed a ten-week “Happiness” choir for Bedford with the South Essex Partnership Trust. Rehearsals take place in Bedford and will run from 16.30 to 18.30 every Tuesday starting on the 13th May.

Choir members will choose what we sing, with a focus on the songs and music that makes us happy! The choir will be mostly made up of local mental health service users, their carers, and staff at the service.  If that’s you, you’re based in the Bedford area and you want to get involved, get in touch!

No auditions and you don’t need to be able to read music!

This will be running alongside our existing Bedford Arts Choir, which also meets every Tuesday, 19.30 to 21.30.
If you would like us to help you set up a choir with your organisation give us a call on 01234 818670.

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