The multi award-winning “Sing Your Heart Out” project is holding a Free Open Singing Session at the Methodist Church Rooms, London Road, on Thursday 20th September.
So what is “Sing Your Heart Out?” It’s somewhere anyone can come, where they will meet friendly people, and where everyone is welcome and everyone is valued.
The singing sessions are designed to help people feel better about themselves in all sorts of ways. They can help reduce stress, increase confidence and give you a chance to be with other people who will understand how you feel.
If you want, you can bring someone with you.
Anyone of 18 or over is welcome to come along. Especially welcomed are anyone who is a present or past user of Norfolk & Suffolk mental health services, their family, friends, carers, any support workers, and staff or anyone interested.
Everyone is encouraged to join in and sing, or you can just enjoy listening to begin with.
You don’t need any experience or talent, everyone can join in, whatever their voice is like. There is no written music, everything is learned by listening and repeating.
After singing for a while, everyone stops for a tea/coffee break, always with chocolate biscuits or home made cake!
There is no charge for coming, or for refreshments, though donations are appreciated.
To find out about regular singing for wellbeing sessions in King’s Lynn, Norwich, and Attleborough email firstname.lastname@example.org Or phone 01553 774 860
Visit www.syho.org to find out more.
The session takes place from 2:00pm to 4:00pm with refreshments provided, including home-made cake.