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MUSIC SESSION AT LOVE WALK

04 January 2017

Residents at Love Walk enjoyed another musical session recently with professional musician Dan from Pangaea Steel Band. He brought guitars, violins, drums, steel pans, a cello, keyboard and various percussion instruments for residents to try.

“It was amazing to try out all the different instruments and see what sounds we could make. We ended up having a singing and jamming session and lots of fun. This is a very popular new activity which we’d like to set up as a regular thing!”, Penny Brice, Activities Co-ordinator, told us.

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