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Singing Mamas

Station Hotel in Station Terrace, Hucknall NG15 7TQ

Rediscover your voice and make friends in the process.

Singing Mamas needs you!

This is a national movement which helps empower women through singing. Group singing can make you feel good and mums are invited to go along and see what it is all about at a free demonstration.

This will take place upstairs at the Station Hotel in Station Terrace, Hucknall NG15 7TQ on Friday, August 4th, 2023, from 4pm-6pm. Entry is free. No previous experience is needed. Babies and children are welcome to come with you.

For more details contact Kirsty on 07830 516106 or email her at and you can follow on Instagram @kirsty_singingmamas. Kirsty said: “Come and see how women and Mamas all over the country are rediscovering their voices and making friends in the process.

This demo is especially for you if you’ve ever been told you can’t sing – because I need you to know that you can.”

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