The Norwich All Stars gave us a wonderful gift by sharing the proceeds of their annual New Year’s bash at The Cottage between us and the Forget-Me-Nots group. We are very grateful for their kindness and generosity.
The EDP held their Stars of Norfolk and Waveney 2017 Awards recently and on our behalf Heather scooped the award of Community Champion of the Year for Come Singing and Music Mirrors. This is a celebration of all that we do together, as Heather’s idea of capturing and storing musical sounds to help keep memories […]
With the help of generous funding from Norfolk Community Foundation and the Jay Singers we have just launched our second CD! Ashley Bond – The Name is Bond, Sound and Vision Production – made the whole thing possible, and we have just released a new CD called ” You Can’t Stop Singing”. Ashley recorded […]
Our A.G.M. this year will be held after our singing session on Friday 25th May, at 1 p.m. at The Costessey Centre, Longwater Lane, Norwich. All members are very welcome to attend.
The work of Come Singing has been recognised through an award of the British Empire Medal to Heather. Many congratulations Heather!
Heather has now produced Song Book 3 and we gave it a good try out at January’s Costessey Centre Come Singing. We made a bit of a hash of Jambalaya, but really enjoyed singing Mud, Mud, Glorious Mud, we didn’t sound too bad either! Of course we shall still be singing from books 1 and […]
Our A.G.M. this year will be held after our singing session on Friday 26th May, at 1 p.m. at The Costessey Centre, Longwater Lane, Norwich. All members are very welcome to attend.
We would like to thank Phase Three Goods of Norwich for their great generosity in redesigning our website and making it easier for us to manage. This kindness and the original creativity and support of our friend Sue Spooner give wings to our work and we could not be more grateful!
The Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library has very kindly allowed Come Singing to have a regular session at the Forum. We’ll be launching it on Tuesday 12th May using the new keyboard bought with a grant from Comic Relief through the Norfolk Community Foundation.
Electronic musical record helps patients with dementia Staff at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital showcased a new project to use an electronic musical record, called Music Mirrors, to help staff communicate and reminisce with patients who have dementia – the first acute hospital in the country to do so. The Music Mirrors project involves […]