The positive impact of group singing on both physical and mental health – for young and old alike – is well evidenced.
Singing your heart out can be joyful and uplifting, both during and after taking part.
With thanks to Spirit of 2012, as of 2019 we have established two new Singing for Health projects here in Morecambe, designed to bring people together in safe, creative and fun environments.
We are working together with Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) network and Bay Medical Group to discover and share the benefits of music-making for the community.
The Chameleon singing group brings young people together to sing, socialise and eliminate stigma surrounding mental health and The Seagull Cafe offers a space for people over 60 to come together and enjoy a singalong and afternoon tea.
A new social, singing group for young people aged 11 – 18.
Don’t let anger or stress build up, channel your energy and boost your mood in this relaxed singing group.
Choose the songs you sing and learn to tell your own story through song writing.
Fridays at More Music
4.30pm – 6pm
7 June – 9 August
Seagull Cafe is a community singing group for over 60s.
If you enjoy a singalong, fancy some company and afternoon tea, come along to sing and socialise.
These weekly sessions can help you feel healthier and happier.
Tuesdays at More Music
3pm – 5pm
4 June – 6 August
If you have any enquiries please call 01524 831997 or email firstname.lastname@example.org