Monday 3 July 2017
If you like to sing along to the popular tunes of the 50s and 60s then The Wylye Room at Salisbury Medical Practice (Fisherton House, Fountain Way, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP2 7FD) is THE place to be on Wednesday July 25.
The Golden-Oldies Charity, fondly known simply as ‘Goldies’ will be holding a “taster” fun singalong session from 2.00pm-3.30pm and everyone is welcome to attend.
Goldies was started 10 years ago in and around Bath with just four daytime singing and activity sessions in sheltered housing community rooms. Since then it has made amazing progress so that, today, there are over 160 sessions across England and Wales.
In Salisbury there is a regular monthly session at Pembroke House (Fisherton Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 7SX – every second Monday of each month from 2.00pm until 3.00pm) taken by Sonia Lower.
The session at Salisbury Medical Practice came after an invitation from Katy Gillingham, Signposting Lead and Social Prescriber, who said;
“There are so many older people who lead lonely lives and it’s wonderful to know that a charity like Goldies is really making such an impact on isolated lives. We are delighted to host this session, especially as Goldies founder Grenville Jones will be coming along on the day to lead the session with Sonia.
For more details please contact Katy on 01722 333034 or Emma Shearman on 01761 470006.
The last word goes to Sir Cliff Richard, Goldies Patron, who said;
“Our Charity is really making a huge difference to the lives of so many older people across England and Wales.”
Picture Caption : Goldies is reaching out to brighten lives.
Press enquiries to Grenville Jones on 07778 282934.