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South Holland District Council working with Orchestras Live and Sinfonia Viva on issuing packs to ease social isolation




Music activity packs will be sent to 300 sheltered housing residents to ease social isolation.

Sinfonia Viva and national producer Orchestras Live in partnership with South Holland District Council are spearheading a creative arts project.

Writer Hazel Gould, musician Hannah Opstad and artist Abbie Canning to create high quality creative packs containing art, writing and music activities.

Music activity packs are being issued to help ease social isolation CREDIT: istock
Music activity packs are being issued to help ease social isolation CREDIT: istock

This work has been made possible by funding from Postcode Community Trust, a grant‐giving charity funded entirely by players of People's Postcode Lottery who made the award to Orchestras Live in 2019.

Sinfonia Viva's Deputy Chief Executive Marianne Barraclough said: "This is a wonderful opportunity for residents in South Holland to be creative and connect with artists and others in their communities to support their wellbeing.

"It will give everyone a creative outlet to express their emotions, hopes and fears during this extremely challenging year and hopefully re‐engage with their local communities."



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