Singing Group

Singing Group

Singing improves breathing and posture, improves spirits and lifts depression, and may well improve facial mobility.

Sessions include a warm up, breathing exercises, tongue twisters and singing in unison and harmony.

Our singers find their memories and concentration tested, as well as their vocal cords, facial muscles and breathe control, but it is FUN!

Don’t be put off if you think you can’t sing. Anyone who wants to sing is welcome.  You don’t need to read music as teaching will be by ear.  A variety of songs will be used with some sung in harmony.


“We really enjoy singing. It makes us sit up properly and breathe. It’s good fun and makes you feel good for the rest of the day,”

– Eunice and Denis. Parkinson’s Group

“The singing really helps with my voice and we have great fun and I carry on singing the songs for the rest of the day “

– Eric.  Parkinson’s Group


First Monday of the month, 1130 – 1230  and third Monday 1100 – 1200 provided first Monday is not a Bank Holiday where the first Monday slips by by one week


Crofton Community Centre, Stubbington, Fareham

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