Sing your heart out at Skelton Grange

The Conservation Volunteers, who run the Skelton Grange environment centre, have been in touch with news of an event this Saturday:

This unique event, set in Skelton Grange’s eco-building overlooking a nature reserve, is a chance for those who would love to have a go at singing in a supportive, large group environment. The day of harmony and laughter will be led by the fabulous Tongue Tide and Twisted duo, Jodi and Ali, who believe that everybody can learn to sing.

“Our Singing For Pleasure workshops offer anyone with a larynx and ears the chance to discover and revel in their voice, no matter how limited or extensive their previous experience.” says Tongue Tide’s Ali Rigg. “Using songs, rhythms and grooves from around the world we evoke play, laughter and harmony in an encouraging and inspiring environment.”

Skelton Grange is run by the Conservation Volunteers; a national charity whose aim is to reclaim green spaces important to the local community.  The Conservation Volunteers Area Manager Caroline Crossley says “we are delighted to be able to host this popular singing workshop, in such a beautiful and inspiring setting. I attended one of Tongue Tide’s singing events some months ago, and it was such a wonderful experience! I wanted to try out an event here in Leeds where we could offer more people the opportunity to enjoy their local environment in a really creative and fun way”

To find out more and book onto the event, please go to The Conservation Volunteers at Skelton Grange’s website or call the team there on 0113 243 0815. The workshop will last from 10am until 4pm on Saturday 6th October and will cost £25. Any money made from the event will support the work of The Conservation Volunteers, the charity that runs Skelton Grange Environment Centre.

Find directions to Skelton Grange Environment Centre here.