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Nikki-Kate is Invited to the Palace

Lincs’ Community Music Champion Presented with MBE

Local community music champion Nikki-Kate Heyes has been appointed MBE for services to music.

CEO of Lincoln-based charity soundLINCS, Nikki-Kate was named in the Queen’s Birthday Honours and was today (Thursday 19 Dec) … Read the rest

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TryARTS at your local Children’s Centre

Local community music organisation and Early Years specialists soundLINCS would like to invite parents with young children to TryARTS this winter as part of a new project taking part in children’s centres across Lincolnshire.

“I would encourage others to access … Read the rest

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New Chair of Board of Trustees for soundLINCS

At music development charity soundLINCS’ AGM on the 24th October 2013, Heather Harker stepped down as Chair of the Board, handing over the reigns to Rob Williams following a formal presentation by the Trustees.

Heather Harker has been involved … Read the rest

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Invitation to ‘MUSIC IN THE FRAMEworks!’ regional conference

Early Years professionals, teachers, parents, practitioners, child carers, children’s centre staff, local authority advisors, music leaders, community musicians, home educators

and all who work with Early Years children and have an interest in music are invited to East Midlands Early … Read the rest

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Music Making for Children with Special Needs

Families with children and young people with disabilities and sensory impairment are invited to make noise at weekend music workshops across the county in Grantham, Sleaford, Louth, Lincoln and Skegness.

Making Noise is a long-running project led by Music Facilitators … Read the rest

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Our Big Gig in the Arboretum

Lincoln residents enjoyed an afternoon of live music, free workshops and family fun at Lincoln Arboretum on Sunday 14th July as part of Our Big Gig.

An estimated 1000 visitors throughout the day came to see performances from local … Read the rest

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