This is a repeating eventnovember 21, 2023 1:30 pm
CONCEPT:We welcome you to an afternoon filled with stories and song.Set within the rooms, (and when the weather permits!) the gardens of Wycombe Museum,
We welcome you to an afternoon filled with stories and song.
Set within the rooms, (and when the weather permits!) the gardens of Wycombe Museum, our song circle provides a safe space to build relationships with others. Every voice and language is welcome, and no experience is necessary! The session includes time to get together for a coffee, tea and biscuits.
Music Nature Create and Wycombe Museum are partnering on a 4-week pilot project, funded by Bucks Culture, to bring new parents in High Wycombe together. Our sessions are designed to provide a supportive space for families who may need additional support for any reason and will support parents in developing confidence and connecting with others. The sessions are an opportunity for parents to take part in a relaxed and creative session with their baby or young child.
There is space for 16 participants.
Our sessions are suitable for all new parents but can specifically support those who may behaving difficulty making connections following the birth of their baby, or with their pre-schoolchild. We can support those with additional needs and sessions are accessible for anyone who faces barriers in participating in other activities due to language or financial situation.
Tuesdays 1:30 – 3:30pm
7th, 14th, 21st + 28th November 2023
(Ideally, all participants will join all four sessions)
HOW TO JOIN:
To book a place for yourself or to refer someone, please click HERE to complete our referral form or e-mail email@example.com
As the project aims to support families or children with specific needs, we would like to recruit through referral initially. Any relevant and useful information given on the referral form will be shared and should be treated respectfully and with confidentiality.
ABOUT MUSIC NATURE CREATE
Music Nature Create: Music Therapists Rosie and Kasia founded the Music Nature Create project in 2020 to help people develop a greater connection with nature, sharing songs and music both online and in beautiful outdoor settings. Celebrating the tradition of learning by ear, Rosie and Kasia run group workshops and song circles for all ages, through projects, events and festivals, providing an inclusive space for self-expression, connection, and enjoying music together.
They are fascinated by the varying ways that music can support health and well-being, and advocate for finding creative solutions to connecting people together through music and song.
Rosie and Kasia are registered Music Therapists with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and are registered with British Association of Music Therapy (BAMT). As Directors of Chiltern Music Therapy, they work as Music Therapists across health, education and social care.
Wycombe Museum has been the local museum for High Wycombe since 1932. We have over 400 chairs in our collection and tell the local chair-making stories which are at the heart ofthe story of Wycombe. We hold exhibitions, events and activities for all -everyone is welcome in our grounds and museum for free.
(Tuesday) 1:30 pm - 3:15 pm