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We provide a wide range of music and arts based workshops for young and old, including those with special needs, based on using junk instruments and real instruments that have fallen out of use. We often provide workshop events using multi arts - visual, drama, dance, video and photographic - in order to provide the widest opportunities. To cover a wide range of activities requires professional support as well as volunteers. From our Charity beginnings in 1998 we have developed a good reputation in Scotland and the UK.

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