Arts charity brings accessible music sessions to north Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 15:06 01 November 2018 | UPDATED: 15:14 01 November 2018

A Musical Keys session at Barrington Farm. Photo: Musical Keys

A Musical Keys session at Barrington Farm. Photo: Musical Keys


A charity that specialises in working with disabled people through arts and creativity is now running sessions in north Norfolk.

Musical Keys has teamed up with the Barrington Farm Trust to run weekly music sessions for adults with learning disabilities at Barrington Farm, a specialist day centre in Walcott.

Musical Keys, was set up nearly 30 years ago, and provides accessible music sessions for disabled children.

Chief executive Ed Maxfield said: “We are passionate about bringing the joy of music and creativity to people with additional needs, but we are aware that many services are shrinking and we are making it a priority to expand in the more rural parts of the county.

“We are really excited for this project but we hope it is just the first step in providing services for people of all ages in north Norfolk.”

The sessions are free to attend and open to all. More details are available via the Musical Keys website.

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