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Milford Music Group

Milford Music - Music for a Healthy Mind

A New Community Music Group 
As we get older we all forget things like peoples’ names, where we’ve put our keys, and what we went upstairs for. Research shows that keeping active and being sociable are excellent ways to keep our brains working well. It’s also well known that music is a great way to stimulate our memories. Pre pandemic there were groups in Milford only catering for people affected by dementia. But now the Milford on Sea Charitable Trust and the Community Centre have come together to offer something a bit different. We have started a new, inclusive community group that is open to anyone who likes music, but particularly welcomes people affected by dementia or any other conditions. You can come along and join in with the singing or just sit and listen. 

The Group has already become very popular. It meets at 2pm on the second and fourth Thursday of every month in the Community Centre in Sea Road. Why not come along and join us for a cup of tea? There’s no need to book. Just come along. You’ll be very welcome!