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  • 01
    Aug 2014
    Autumn training courses

    We’ve already had a lot of enquiries about our popular two-day training courses, ‘Making Music with Special Children’, which take place in the Autumn. There’s a course in York (20th/21st November) and one in London (24th/25th November). If you work with children with special needs and would like to get ideas about how to use […]

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  • 28
    Jan 2013
    Amsterdam 300 Ride, 2015

    After a fantastic ride in Northern Ireland in May, we’re going back to the Netherlands for a bigger and better ride than ever next July. 2015 is Jessie’s Fund’s 20th anniversary year, so this will be a special ride – the longest we’ve done, at 300 miles. There’ll be two groups – those who want to […]

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  • 03
    Jan 2014
    Community Coffee Shop support

    A big thank you to North Curry Community Coffee Shop for sending a donation of £60. This is their 11th donation to Jessie’s Fund, and brings their total to £775. The Coffee Shop is a community project run by volunteers. They lease part of a restored farm stable near the centre of North Curry.  Their home-made cakes […]

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Jessie’s Fund is a UK charity helping children with additional and complex needs through the use of music. We work with children in hospices, special schools and in other settings nationwide, giving them access to music-making and to music therapy.

‘It is great to see how much our staff have grown in confidence during our work together [with Jessie's Fund] and to know what an impact that is having on music making throughout School.’

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Our Patron – Victoria Wood

“So why Jessie’s Fund? …

What I love about music is we don’t know what it is, how it works, and it doesn’t matter.

It’s all about totally personal response, it helps us find out who we are, and we all deserve that, however many days we’re given.”

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