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Shared Harmonies CIC raised £50 from 4 supporters


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Closed 22/12/2022

raised of £5,000 target by 4 supporters

    Weʼve raised £50 to work with new & existing community participants & partners and to take our Song Book to the stage at Bridgewater Hall (subject to funding)

    Funded on Thursday, 22nd December 2022

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    We are raising money to work with community participants to expand on and showcase some of the recent work from our Diversity & Dementia project



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      Page last updated on: 10/11/2022 07.45



      • Anonymous


        Oct 11, 2022


      • Lucy Geddes

        Lucy Geddes

        Oct 7, 2022


      • Andy Farmer

        Andy Farmer

        Jul 1, 2022

        Thanks for a great evening! That was lots of fun and impressive and so good to see everyone including all the new people I`d not seen yet :-D take care


      • C Lynne Kirkby

        C Lynne Kirkby

        Jul 1, 2022

        For five raffle tickets please. Sorry I can’t be there in person but hoping to be on zoom. All the best for a great cause. Thank you All


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      Shared Harmonies CIC is a not for profit organisation. We run community singing projects to build connection, confidence and improve wellbeing.

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