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Friendly singing sessions welcoming people living with dementia and carers

  • Organisation: Come Singing
  • Alternate location: Norwich Earlham Library
  • Age group: Any age
  • 5 ways to wellbeing: Connect, Keep learning, Give
  • Cost: Free
  • Availability: 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 10.45 -11.45 at Millennium Library, and 3rd Fridays 11.15 -12.15 at Earlham Library
  • Time: Millennium Library 10.45 -11.45 and Earlham Library 11.15-12.15
  • How to join: Just turn up
  • Location: Norwich Millennium Library

Friendly singing groups for people of all ages living with dementia
or mental or physical health issues, and for their carers and families.
Groups are free to singers, and volunteers provide support and lead the
Sessions are hosted by organisations such as Norfolk Library Service, NHS
hospitals, NorseCare and local community groups. They offer a safe,
sociable environment for people living with dementia and their carers to meet
and enjoy the benefits of singing. Come Singing groups take place
in and around Norwich but are open to participants from all over
For anyone unable to travel, you can visit Norfolk Library and Information
Service YouTube Channel to access Come Singing at Home video clips
filmed during lockdown. But it's very different and much more fun when we're
all together!

Come Singing provides regular newsletters with music-related topics, quizzes
and activities as well as news of sessions and events.  To join the mailing list,
please contact:
Dates of groups open to the public are listed below;
Norwich Millennium Library
10.45 a.m - 11.45 a.m,
2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month
Earlham Library, Norwich
11.15 am- 12.15
3rd Friday of the month 


Session times:
Monthly group singing sessions. Times vary according to location.  All
sessions are free of charge.   An answerphone is available.  01603