Resonate Music Hub looking to raise £2500 to fund Liverpool’s young musicians to attend activity weekend
A music service that provides a wide variety of music education services to a diverse range of young people in a regeneration area of Liverpool between the age of 8 and 18 is looking to raise £2500 to give students attending the service a social/team building weekend away.
Mrs Pat Naylor, Assistant Head of Service at Resonate Liverpool’s Music Hub is driving the fundraising effort and feels passionately about the importance of the young people being able to attend.
She said: “We educate and nurture thousands of young people in music through Resonate’s work. We’re very proud of our success and want to keep on enhancing what we offer. Young people gain a tremendous benefit in their personal development from taking part in these kinds of initiatives.
Mrs. Naylor added: “It’s the first time we’ve tried to organise a particular event like this and we have approached Kingswood/Colomendy who organise activities around communication, building positive relationships and team work with lots of outdoor learning opportunities as well as practical music sessions too . We’ll be putting a choice of activities to the group to help organise the weekend so it’s tailored very much to their wants and needs.”
Resonate Music Hub is led by Notre Dame Catholic College
180 Great Homer Street
Tel: 0151 235 1640
Fax: 0151 207 0904