Community Music Whickham & Swalwell
Is a registered charity in the heart of Tyneside set up with the aim of providing music tuition and appreciation for all. They teach a variety of instruments including violin, viola, cello, guitar and viol. They can provide music theory lessons and assessments (grades). CMWS have a number of ensembles and orchestra groups and organise regular recitals. Their aim is to facilitate personal and group participation in music making in the community, music enjoyment and appreciation with students of all ages, backgrounds and abilities and to provide public concerts and recitals.
Join CMWS and help them make music. communitymusicws.com
This exciting group looks to innovate, create and inspire children in dance. There are four age bands: 'My Baby can Dance' 1-3 plus, dance to aid your baby's development. 'Creative Tots' Ages 4-6 who explore music and movement and develop basic routines using a variety of music and dance styles. Creative Kids Ages 7-11is a class that allows children to learn different routines taken from popular chart music, films & TV. Creative Teens 12-16 is an energetic class drawing inspiration from different dance styles such as street, contemporary, jazz and many more. This class increases fitness, dance technique and builds in choreographic skills.
All in all a wonderful experience
You can obtain more information from Cheryl Day
07908 2183 27
St Mary's Flower Guild
The Guild provide high quality displays at very reasonable prices for weddings, funerals and occasionally to the public via our fairs and events. They possess great skill and passion, which is clearly seen in their displays. The Guild endeavour to create beautiful displays for your special event; and are presently planning a Summer Flower Festival and Community Show for 2018. The guild are always looking to teach and train up new members to pass on their art for the future. They provide the very best of blooms sourced through local suppliers at reasonable costs. Click Gallery to see some of our work.
For more information please contact Mrs Sheila Renton on 0191 488 3944