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Busking Together celebration in Leominster

To celebrate one year of Drumming Together in Leominster we took to the streets and played some rhythms. the sun was shining and lots of people stopped to find out what was going on. We were told you could hear the drums right across town – and they sounded good Impressive considering it was improvised on the day! Thanks to all who took part including friends who stopped to give their support, our volunteers who gave out leaflets and to Leominster Town Council for allowing us to use this space

The next session in Leominster on March 28th will be the last one funded by the Big Lottery’s People’s Project. We will be working with the Alzhiemer’s Society to continue providing sessions in the short term, but the future of the Centre is uncertain. A conference will be held at Worcester University on March 21st to discuss Meeting Centres:

http://www.worcester.ac.uk/discover/meetingdem-jpnd.html

I will be attending. Meanwhile I have been spending time in the West Midlands and Wales laying the ground work for introducing Drumming Together in new places and the response is encouraging. Keep reading my blog for news over the coming weeks.

Drumming Together at Corn Square Leominster

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