Zone Club receives £36,147 from the Big Lottery Fund

 

Wiltshire Music Centre's Zone Club is set to receive £12,049 a year for the next 3 years to deliver creative sessions for learning disabled young adults.

The Club, which takes place monthly at Wiltshire Music Centre offers a safe and sociable space where young people aged 16+  with a wide range of disabilities can take the lead on creating, writing and performing their own music and dance with live musicians, therapists and film-makers. Every year the Centre has to raise £20,000 to support the Club.

Karl Bevis, Head of Creative Learning at Wiltshire Music Centre said "We are completely over the moon that the Big Lottery Fund has chosen to support us. Zone Club is a special project at the Centre and it helps to make a big difference to young people's lives. We are now delivering 30 education projects a year across Wiltshire and many of these are entirely funded by donations. The support of the Big Lottery Fund means that we can confidently plan and deliver Zone Club for the next 3 years which means we can start to pencil in lots of exciting sessions and activities for our young people. It's also particularly exciting as we enter our 20th Anniversary year"

For more information on joining or supporting Zone Club, please contact Wiltshire Music Centre on 01225 860 110.

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