We are delighted to share the news that we are working in partnership with The Bureau Centre for the Arts in Blackburn on their new Youth Music funded programme Shared Sounds, which aims to support young families to take part in music activities.
From June 23rd Note Weavers will provide a free Facebook live session with songs, rhymes and musical games for young children with their parents/carers on Tuesdays at 10am. Families can take part live or check out our Facebook events page or the Bureau’s YouTube channel after the event.
The funding received by The Bureau for the Shared Sounds project will also be used to:
- offer music sessions to different community groups who are working with under 5s and their families
- to support music leaders and early years practitioners to develop their knowledge and experience to lead music activities with young children.
If you or your organisation are interested in finding out more, do get in touch. We welcome conversations about how we can develop this programme in new ways which reflect the reality of the new Covid19 world we are working in.
For more information please contact:
Please share the information with your communities and help to reach as many people as possible.
- The Bureau: Facebook @TheBureauBlackburn Twitter @BureauBlackburn Instagram @BureauBlackburn
- Note Weavers
- Facebook @noteweavers Twitter @NoteWeavers Instagram @notewavers
Free weekly music sessions for children from birth to 5yrs with their parents/carers! Join Sorrel every Tuesday at 10am for songs, rhymes & musical games at www.Facebook.com/TheBureauBlackburn/events Shared Sounds @BureauBlackburn @NoteWeavers #SharedSounds @YouthMusic
Free weekly music sessions for children from birth to 5yrs with their parents/carers! Join Sorrel every Tuesday at 10am for songs, rhymes & musical games at www.Facebook.com/TheBureauBlackburn/events and look for Shared Sounds. Families can take part live or check out our Facebook events page and the Bureau’s YouTube channel after the event to enjoy the sessions at any time. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01254 664215