Music Mind Social Hub Resumes Tuesday 30th April

We’re delighted to announce that The Music Mind Social Hub will be back on Tuesday 30th April. Music Mind Social Hub has been award grant funding from the National Lottery Community Fund to run for 2 years.

Music Mind originally ran for 1 year and when it ended the members continued on the sessions on their own and during one of these sessions Hayley, who was on tour in the USA, video called them to give them the good news.

Full details of the Music Mind Social Hub can be found below or Click Here

Wellbeing for the mind through music
with Hayley McKay

*Music Mind is resuming Tuesday 30th April*

  • Date: Every Tuesday
  • Time: 12:30 – 2.00

Join us for our free weekly sessions. Open to people of all ages and
musical abilities, Music Mind is a new incentive which sets out to improve mental health and wellbeing through singing, song-writing and music production.

The sessions, which will be held over a year-long period, are led by Hayley Mckay, a leading vocal coach,
music tutor and professional singer-songwriter. She has worked extensively in supporting people throughout the UK and in local communities.

She said: “It’s quite incredible how engaging in music making can really lift your spirits. I have worked with
people of all ages and abilities, and I have witnessed first-hand how much joy and the positive benefits it
brings to all.

The weekly, informal sessions are free to attend, and aim to be informal, relaxing, fun and
interactive, with the opportunity to make new friends, write songs and find your inner voice with talents you never knew you had.

  • Socialise and make new friends
  • Group singing opportunities
  • Musical instruments
  • Support for Songwriting
  • Musical Recording opportunities
  • Performance opportunities for family and friends

Hayley Mckay is an international award-winning singer-songwriter with appearances on national TV and radio.
She has supported artists including Tom Jones, Scouting for Girls and Martha Reeves, and has performed at many festivals and venues.



Music Mind has been funded by the National Lottery Community Fund