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I Am The Song – now available

Mon, 8th Jul 2024

I Am The Song by Boo Hewerdine is now available for choirs and singing groups to use

I Am The Song – a new song for the Dementia Inclusive Singing Network

Fri, 14th Jun 2024

Let's Sing and songwriter Boo Hewerdine record I Am The Song at Castlesound Studios

New map makes it easy to find dementia inclusive singing groups 

Thu, 20th Jul 2023

We have created an interactive map to show dementia inclusive singing groups around Scotland. We have seen the network grow from a handful of members at its…

Five groups receive Luminate funding for singing projects

Thu, 6th Jul 2023

Luminate’s Dementia Inclusive Singing Network has funded five singing groups to start or continue running singing activities for people living with dementia and their carers.

Funding Opportunity: Small Grants Programme

Tue, 16th May 2023

We're excited to announce that the fourth round of our Small Grants funding programme is now open.

The Shalder Shanty Voyage: setting up a dementia inclusive singing group in the pandemic

Tue, 2nd Aug 2022

In this latest blog, hear from storyteller and shanty-woman, Jan Bee Brown about her experiences of setting up a dementia inclusive singing group in the pandemic.

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