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Social Care Charity Partners with Liverpool British Music Experience Museum for Exclusive Online Event

People who access care and support across the UK are invited to take a trip down musical memory lane during an accessible online workshop hosted by the British Music Experience Museum and Community Integrated Care, one of the UK’s largest social care charities, on Monday 24th April at 2pm.

The event will be free for people who access care and support to join through Community Integrated Care’s inclusive online activity platform, www.What-To-Do.co.uk.

Taking inspiration from their latest exhibition that celebrates 70 years of the Official Single Charts, facilitators from the British Music Experience will invite people to share their favourite music-related memories, dance along to some of the greatest pop hits from the past 70 years, and learn more about musical history.

Abi Woods, Education and Visitor Experience Leader, at the British Music Experience Museum, said, “We are excited to host our first “What to Do” activity session – we hope to bring a fun and interactive music experience to users accessing the event from all over the UK.”

“The history of British Pop Music is rooted in accessibility. As broadcasting and technology developed over the 20th Century more people were able to listen to and be involved in music, regardless of their social and economic backgrounds. As the UK’s Museum of Popular Music and a registered charity, our goal is to advance the education and appreciation of the art, science and history of British music.”

“We are delighted to be partnering with Community Integrated Care, a fellow charity with the goals of accessibility and inclusivity at its heart.”

Sam Turner, Digital Inclusion Manager at Community Integrated Care, said, “We are really looking forward to having the British Music Experience join us to share their latest exhibition, and explore the power of music with people who access care and support across the UK.”

“It’s a brilliant opportunity for like-minded people to come together, reminisce, and share their love of music from across the decades. Particularly as excitement is building for Eurovision next month, I’m sure the session will be a hit with the many pop enthusiasts across our charity.”

Created by Community Integrated Care, www.What-To-Do.co.uk was designed to provide people who access care and support with a range of interactive and engaging online activity sessions every day, from boxercise to drama. The platform has even hosted special guest sessions with the likes of Strictly Come Dancing’s Vincent Simone, and Liverpool FC Women’s star, Gemma Bonner, creating life-changing experiences for people in the social care sector.

Find out more and keep up to date with all of the latest opportunities at www.What-To-Do.co.uk

 

 
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