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Newburgh Wellbeing Choir

Community Choir / Singing group
Contact this group
Name: Valerie Walker
Role: Chair
Phone: 07720 327766

New members do not need to contact the group before attending a session.

Tayside Institute (TICC)
92 High St,

KY14 6DA
no cost but donations are welcome
Type of venue
Community Venue
Venue Accessibility
Disabled Access
Good public transport links
Refreshments available
Quiet space
Large print song sheets and communications

More details

Conductor(s) / song leader(s)
Dave Watt and James Ford

There are defining no characteristics or bars to the group. All are welcome!
People arrive from 1.50pm on Wednesday. We sing from 2pm – 3pm then tea/coffee and biscuits are served in the same hall. People are free to come and go as they please.

Size of group
How the group runs / what kind of support the group offers:
Our conductor(s) / song leader(s) and organiser(s) have had training in dementia inclusion
We are supported by volunteers or paid staff who have had training in dementia inclusion
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