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Singing

 
Singing can help with lung function, breathlessness and mental health for people with a long-term lung condition. 
 
Tameside Voices

Every Friday at 1.30pm for 90 minutes at the Grafton Centre, Hyde.

They have a professional choir leader and occasionally perform in public. It is a friendly informal group singing a mix of popular songs with no requirement to read music.  There is a free taster session and for anyone wishing to join there is a £10 joining fee and then it is £3 per week.

For further information contact Celia or ring the Grafton Centre on 0160 368 4110 and leave a message for Celia.

Glossop Choral Society 

Glossop Choral Society organises a harmony singing at the Partington Theatre most Thursdays at 19.45pm – 21.45pm. 

£4 entry with coffee and tea provided. No experience necessary, just go along and enjoy learning by ear songs from many traditions and cultures. 

For further information contact Penny Wilson for more details on 01457 855067.

Weekly Singing for Lung Health group 

Singing helps managing your symptoms, improves your breathing and lifts the spirit too!

Venue: The Bureau, Bank House, 22 Henry Street, Glossop.
Time: 11.00am-12.00pm every Tuesday

Choir leader; Jo Griffiths
Cost: £3 per session (includes tea/coffee biscuit)

Email Jo on jo@jgriff.co.uk or call Charlotte at The Bureau on 01457 865 722 for more information.