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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…

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.

Grants strike the right note with dementia inclusive singing groups

Thu, 13th Jan 2022

They will allow singing groups and choirs to purchase equipment, secure spaces or run activities.

Travel These Ways and Keep Singing!

Mon, 14th Dec 2020

Travel These Ways: Songs to sing at home is a resource that encourages as many people as possible to bring the joy of singing into their homes.

Grants to support dementia inclusive singing

Mon, 14th Dec 2020

We’re delighted to announce the first-round recipients of our Dementia Inclusive Singing Network small grants.

New grant scheme to support dementia inclusive singing

Fri, 2nd Oct 2020

Scotland’s Dementia Inclusive Singing Network has launched a new grants programme to help ensure people affected by dementia can continue to access singing opportunities.

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