We’ve been busy getting on with making music and haven’t updated the website for a while. What’s going on??

  • Well….we’ve recently had several grants we’re grateful for from This Girl Can, The Blakemore Foundation and the Postcode Community Trust which all help to support what we do and will help us develop further in 2016. We’ve become a validated Children’s University Activity and registered learning destination so hours and performances spent with us can be added to Children’s University accreditation.
  • For the new friends we made last weekend, we’re at St.Francis Centre again this week for the carol service on Thursday evening 5:30-6:30pm 10 December. We also break up for Christmas at Milebrook Hall until 14 January 2016. If you get withdrawals, you can still join us for our Groove Grotto Christmas Special at Starbucks Five Ways 18,19,21-23 December. #redcupcheer
  • We’re visiting the Quinton 50+ Christmas lunch on the 15th December.
  • Don’t forget we’ll continue to wave collections tins everywhere from Harborne High St to Quinborne Community Centre over the festive period. Help us out if you can…
  • And look out for our 12 days of Christmas starting here 26 December…

Season’s greetings to all and hope to see you at one of our events.

GGrotto

 

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