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Charity to benefit from music classes launch

Malvern Editorial 27th Dec, 2013 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016

CHILDREN with disabilities are set to benefit from the launch party of music and movement classes.

Kindermusik teacher Josephine Murray is set to use the launch of her sessions to raise money for the Smile Project.

Families attending the party and taster session at St Andrews Church on Churchdown Road at 10am on Friday, January 10, will be invited to bring a triangle of paper bunting and a 50p donation.

The triangle, made from an A4 rectangle, should contain the words ‘We love music because…’ with the sentence completed and a name and phone number on the back.

It will be used to decorate a room at Smile while three of the entries, picked at random, will win a prize.

Josephine said: “Smile will put all the 50ps towards their current fund-raising projects – an interactive sound and movement magic carpet, like the one at The Hive, and a fantastic new sensory garden. It makes perfect sense for Kindermusik with Josephine to support Smile because both my classes and the charity use music to help children increase their confidence and develop new skills.”

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