Webteam: April 2019
On Friday 5th April the Wimborne and Ferndown Dementia Friendly Communities sponsored a BSO Cake Concert held at Wimborne Methodist Church. These concerts are part of the BSO's BOOST activities which focus on health and well-being through music.
40+ local residents, including church members, living in the community or care homes, enjoyed an afternoon of music played by a trio of musicians. Owain Bailey played the flute, Eluned Pierce the harp and Kate Keats the cello.
During the breaks much appreciated tea and cakes were provided. There was also opportunity to meet and chat with the musicians.
A donation of £86 was given to Future Pillars (Zambia).
You can watch a video here:
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