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Pass on musical skills to next generation at Grantham’s Jubilee Church Life Centre

The music project in need of volunteers.
The music project in need of volunteers.

A music project run in Grantham for young people aged 13-19 years is looking for more volunteers to join their team.

Live Sound music project was designed and created to provide young people in and around the Grantham area with the opportunity to learn an instrument, develop their skills, form bands, build friendships, increase their confidence and social skills.

They are looking for individuals who have some level of musical/instrumental ability from basic to advanced, to pass on their knowledge and skills to the next generation.

Qualifications are not important, just the willingness to teach young people and encourage their development.

The organisers are looking for volunteers for drums, keyboard, piano, guitar, bass, vocals etc, available on Tuesdays within the times of 3.30pm – 10pm at Jubilee Church Life Centre.

Volunteers are also needed to help out in the youth open mic café area that runs alongside the lessons.

Vicky Lord, project manager says: “The young people involved in this project have such a passion for music; they are keen to learn and thrive on the opportunities to perform and showcase their abilities and talents.

“They are great fun to be around and it is a really privilege to work with them on this project. An increase in volunteers would enable these young people to continue with thisw project and increase their skills”.

Applications will be subject to an informal interview, clear DBS and relevant background checks provided by the organisation at no cost to the applicant.

For more information and an application form please contact vicky.lord@jubileegrantham.co.uk or drop into Jubilee Church Life Centre, 1-5 London Road, Grantham, Lincs, NG31 6EY


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