The Home Instead team at Shrewsbury, Ludlow, and Oswestry hosts a monthly community sing-a-long at the Methodist Chapel in Bayston Hill, which is open to everyone.
The Home Instead team at Shrewsbury, Ludlow, and Oswestry hosts a monthly community sing-a-long at the Methodist Chapel in Bayston Hill. The event happens on a Friday, each month and is open to everyone who wants to spend the afternoon with great company and have some fun. Tea, coffee, cakes, and scones are provided for attendees.
The sing-a-long is led by Alison Stevens, a music teacher and choir leader. It is enjoyed by all who attend, as singing helps brighten people’s day and can bring joy to many.
Events like this are important because they help bring people together and promote social interaction, which is beneficial for people of all ages. They can help reduce feelings of loneliness and isolation and improve mental well-being. Singing, in particular, has been shown to have numerous health benefits, such as reducing stress and anxiety, improving mood, and boosting the immune system.
The Home Instead team’s commitment to providing care extends beyond our clients to the wider community, as shown by our efforts to create events like the monthly sing-a-long. By providing a space for people to come together and connect through music, we are helping to foster a stronger sense of community and improve the well-being of those who attend.