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soundLINCS joins the Lincoln Lottery

We are happy to announce that we have joined the Lincoln Lottery. Your contributions will allow us to create new projects in the community, from SEND related activities to working with older adults. Even just one ticket a week will make a difference. Lincoln Community Lottery is an exciting weekly …

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Sensory Traveller call out for International Facilitators

Sensory Traveller are a Tour Operator based in the UK, specialising in creative bespoke holiday packages for people with visible and hidden disabilities and additional and/or access needs. As part of their creative programme, they are looking to work with freelance facilitators and creative charities and organisations who can provide …

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Youth Music Consultation

SHAPE THE FUTURE OF MUSIC-MAKING FOR 18-25s Youth Music wants to hear from you! Youth Music works with over 350 different organisations across the country to support young musicians to make the music they are passionate about – GRANT HOLDER Lincolnshire One Venues and SoundLINCS are one of them. Their projects reach …

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Youth Work Vacancy at North Hykeham Youth Centre

NORTH HYKEHAM YOUTH CLUB is looking to recruit a LINCOLNSHIRE YOUTH ASSOCIATION DEPUTY as Leader in Charge of the Club over the coming season and also add to the team of Volunteer Youth Workers. The Club formally meets on Wednesday evening during term time between 7 and 9pm however Leader …

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New Research suggests Music Activities can Support Young Parents Leaving Care

New Research suggests Music Activities can Support Young Parents Leaving Care

Young parents who are leaving the care of Local Authority Children’s Services can be supported by musical activities, soundLINCS’ new evidence suggests.  The report findings indicate that the support through music was highly beneficial, giving participants greater confidence and resilience to develop positive next steps for both themselves and their …

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Music for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired: soundLINCS Launches Good Vibrations Toolkit

Music for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired:  soundLINCS Launches Good Vibrations Toolkit

The Good Vibrations Toolkit is a new music resource for the deaf and hearing impaired developed by soundLINCS to support individuals to deliver inclusive music activities. Dr Paul Whittaker OBE, founder of Music and the Deaf comments: “Congratulations to soundLINCS on creating Good Vibrations.  As a deaf musician with over …

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soundLINCS Announces soundPLAT4M

soundLINCS Announces soundPLAT4M

Lincolnshire based community music organisation soundLINCS are celebrating following their success in securing a substantial new funding award from National Foundation for Youth Music. The funding will support soundLINCS to commence a three-year project called soundPLAT4M starting in September 2018. The project will create new music-making opportunities for children and …

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soundLINCS Goes International

soundLINCS Goes International

Lincolnshire based Community Music charity, soundLINCS, goes International!  It has been selected to make presentations at ISME 33rd World Conference in Tbilisi, Georgia and Baku, Azerbaijan. soundLINCS’ CEO, Nikki-Kate Heyes MBE, and Programme Development Officer, Nicola Stanton, are in Tbilisi for the Community Music Activity Pre-Conference Seminar that runs from …

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