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We have new opportunities available including sessions at The Point

Janet Wood plays guitar and wears a mask in the Gallery with a Singing for Memory participant at The Point for darts in Doncaster

For people living with dementia and their family carers

Our ‘Singing for Memory’ project uses the power of song, friendship, tea and conversation to connect people with dementia and their carers with others.

What’s on at the moment?

In person sessions at The Point in Doncaster

From 17th May 2021, we are running weekly sessions at The Point on Monday afternoons. Sessions are invite only and spaces are currently available.

CD & DVD newsletters delivered to your door

Bringing the Singing for Memory experience direct to you at home. The newsletters are interactive, including simple musical challenges. Delivered as a letter and a choice of CD or DVD.

Doorstep gigs

A visit from an artist to sing the songs from the newsletters together, on your doorstep or in your garden.

Equipment available

A limited number of CD/DVD players are available free of charge to those who would like to take part but do not have equipment.

Online videos to download

From simple warm ups to old favourites, and brand new songs, there is something for everyone. Just click here.

For more information about any of these opportunities, and to get involved, please contact

sophie@wearedarts.org.uk or phone 01302 341662.

These opportunities are funded by The Masonic Charitable Foundation and The Paul and Nick Harvey Fund

The Point is currently closed to the public. Small groups sessions are running at The Point by invitation only – please contact us for more information and to find out how to get involved.

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