‘Music in Mind’ by The Joyful Jukebox
“Join us as we sing and dance at our twice monthly singalong!” says Bloomin’ Dementia. At each session there’ll be a different selection of songs – from the forties to the seventies as well as from stage and screen. Also the songs are based on a theme (like films, colours, the weather, etc).
‘Music in Mind’ is by The Joyful Jukebox from 10.30am to 12-noon at Ruddington Village Hall. It’s FREE, every fortnight on a Wednesday. There’s no charge thanks to sponsors the Morrisons Foundation, Nottinghamshire Masons and the DWF Foundation.
Helen, from The Joyful Jukebox, explains: “we use the therapeutic power of music to improve the health and wellbeing of our community through sing-along sessions. Singing is great fun and it’s good for you! It helps exercise the grey cells, is a gentle cardio workout and can help reduce feelings of loneliness and isolation too. Informal community singing is an easily accessible, fun and affordable way to reap these positive impacts.”
Everyone is welcome and there’s no need to book your place. You even get a cuppa with a biscuit!
The charity formed in 2017 with the aim to be ‘focused and committed to the relief of those living with dementia and related disorders in Nottinghamshire and the surrounding areas.’
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