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The Intergenerational Music Making Hub is a weekly session that aims to bring together the community in unique music making workshops. A morning of musical expression, creativity, exploration and the community. We are working alongside partnerships to promote wellbeing, community cohesion and to bridge the gap between generations through activities designed and led by our professional, specialist artists from the performing, visual, media or literary arts.

These hubs not only tackle loneliness and social isolation within our communities but also create partnerships to be able to capture learning; offer immediate and long term opportunities for socialisation, volunteering and support and create links with local systems. By working with organisations such as universities, clinical commissioning groups, academic health science networks and local authorities it means we not only strengthen local partnerships but create new cohesive and cultural communities to improve wellbeing and health amongst the young and old.

It is all about socialising and making new connections - we aim to create care pathways from those living with dementia (whether that is from home to care home or from hospital to community or vice versa) the hub offers a safe and nurturing community space for those with Dementia and their family and careers. We also have links with local schools, day centres, mother and baby groups, SEN groups, care homes and local choirs and clubs.

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