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The Together Project | Wish List

 
    

By supporting The Together Project (a Community Interest Company registered in England and Wales No 11002551), you're helping to reduce loneliness, improve well being and tackle ageism. We've teamed up with The Together project to offer a variety of Instruments which have been hand picked by the team at The Together Project.
 
HOW CAN I HELP? | WISH LIST

 

Your gifts from the selection below will be used in Songs & Smiles sessions across the UK amongst Care Homes and Children bringing different ages together, who might not normally be in regular contact. The work The Together Project do helps to integrate local communities, focusing on friendship and fun.
           

 

THE WISH LIST | ALL INSTRUMENTS DONATED HELP OTHERS ACROSS THE UK

Simply choose from the products below, add to your online basket, checkout as normal - use the shipping address: Normans Music Ltd - FAO Sales, TTP, Third Avenue, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, DE14 2WD. We will ensure your donated gift reaches The Together Project.

 

 

 


When kindly purchasing a gift for The Together Project, please use the below shipping address, our team will ensure your purchase reaches the correct address: 
Normans Music Ltd - FAO Sales, TTP, Third Avenue, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, DE14 2WD


"The session flowed smoothly and I was amazed by the inter-generational interaction between the younger visitors and the older residents: children smiling and talking to residents as they distributed and collected the instruments, and the residents responding with kind words to the children. The atmosphere was very relaxed and everybody seemed to really enjoy the session. I loved that songs from bygone days and nursery rhymes were used alternatively to encourage movements. One thing that I will never forget is the image of that resident, who shared the same name as a younger visitor, dancing all the way throughout the session. Fantastic!— Hortense Kebani, Outreach Worker at Altmore Children's Centre

 

"There’s something so nice about coming away from a baby group knowing you might have made someone else’s week better— Jo, mum to 8 month old Freddie

 

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