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New free singing group at Marine Hall, Fleetwood

Dr mark Spencer Published Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Marine Hall, together with Healthier Fleetwood, is hosting a brand new weekly singing group starting on 26 September.

The partnership is inviting people to come along to the Health and Harmony singing group at Marine Hall every Tuesday at 1.30pm to 3pm. You don’t need to have any singing experience, the classes are simply about reviving your spirits in a welcoming environment with friendly people. It’s a good opportunity for people to get out, meet new friends and enjoy trying something new.

Every week participants can look forward to a physical and mental workout with classes that are designed to help improve breathing, while you sing the songs you love.

Healthier Fleetwood is a partnership initiative set up to positively address some of the growing issues affecting the long-term health and wellbeing of people living in and around the town. Dr Mark Spencer (pictured) of Mount View Practice played a key role in setting up the Healthier Fleetwood project and comments, “The Harmony and Health singing group is something completely new that can boost residents’ mental and physical health. It’s a chance to meet new people whilst having fun."

Councillor Vivien Taylor, Health and Community Engagement Portfolio Holder at Wyre Council comments, “This singing group is a great example of how we are working with partners to deliver a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. It is classes like this that help bring the community together and give people the chance to join a group and try something new for free.”

The course runs from 26 September to 19 December at Marine Hall and is free. Tea and coffee will be available for just £1. If you would like to register for the course, call Marine Hall on 01253 887693.

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