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                   is coming!

You can catch us
out and about
around town 
this Christmas!

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We'll be back at Knole
2.20 pm  Sat 2nd Dec
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Join us for Community Carols
at St Luke's Church, Eardley Road
7 pm Mon 4th Dec.  All welcome!

 If you don't catch us at Christmas, why not pop in to the      Vine Baptist Church 12 -1.30 pm Fridays from 12th Jan?    Singing for Wellbeing is not just for Christmas - it's for life!

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We've loved having the support of our friends from West Kent Mind over the past 6 months.  A big SHOUT out especially to Jennifer Kent, who has been with us for most of the Creative Minds project, giving us helpful hints on how to improve our general wellbeing and getting us into mindfulness mode.

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 To come in on a Friday, please use the little blue door at the side of the building

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It seems a long time ago that we had those long, warm sunny days and Skiffle Express were helping us 'feel the love' in our summer fund-raiser.  Well, now they need our help!  They're trying raise funds to keep their unique brand of musical fun therapy going and have launched a crowdfunding appeal.  You can read the full story and make a donation here:
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Can you be Santa's Little Helper?


The D'Vine SIngers are grateful to the community-spirited folk who have helped fund us:  especially, through the themed grants of Kent Community Foundation, we'd like to thank the Lawson Foundation, the Golding Family Fund - and High Hilden Fund, who have allowed us to branch out into the Tonbridge area.  Also, once again we're grateful to Sevenoaks Lions for giving us a safe place to meet.  We're excited to announce that a further grant from Involve this year will allow us to get on board with social prescribing so if you think singing in a supportive group could be for you, please speak to your GP and they'll put you in touch.  What a great way to start the New Year!  Read all about it....!

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Singing for Wellbeing - ask your GP

Are you feeling low, anxious or lonely?  Are you living with illness or chronic pain?  If so, ask your GP about ‘singing for wellbeing’ with the D’Vine Singers.  You can get help from your surgery to take part in activities to lift your mood and improve all-round wellbeing.  Singing has been shown to do just that.  The D'Vine Singers meet on Fridays from 12.00 – 1.30 pm at the Vine Baptist Church in Sevenoaks.  You don’t need to read music or have experience of singing in a choir – and you’ll find lots of friendly faces ready to give you a warm welcome!  Thanks to grants from community-minded bodies we don't need to charge so there's no fee.  For more information, speak to the social prescribing link worker at your GP surgery, or call Jacky on 07708 237415 or We'll be happy to help.  


The D'Vine Singers are a friendly, informal group who meet to sing for fun, with a strong focus on mental wellbeing.  We take our name from the Vine Baptist Church in Sevenoaks, where we meet from 12.00-1.30 pm on Fridays.  The group began life as part of a funded research study into singing and mental health.  When the project came to an end, with the value of singing getting a definite ‘thumbs up’, we were keen to carry on as an independent group and here we are today, still going strong after many happy years of mutual support.  To read more about the initial research, please go to the Research section.

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In October we celebrated our 9th birthday with Nicola Monahan from Community Catalysts, who have helped to put us on the map.  Also with us was Jo Thomas from West Kent Mind and Jennifer Kent (pictured here), who have been central to our Creative Minds project.  

If you're looking for emotional uplift or just want to sing soulful songs with a bunch of friendly people, come along to enjoy some warm companionship in our supportive singing group.  
We learn a wide range of songs by ear - and you don't need any prior musical knowledge or experience of singing in choir.  
Please make your way to the little blue door round the side of the building.  We have a small car park at the Church and roadside parking alongside, including disabled bays if you need them.  There's no fee as our little Wellbeing Choir is grant-funded. 
If health or mobility is a problem, please let us know and we'll see what we can do to help.  For more information, please contact or give Jacky a call on 07708 237415. 

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Mambo SawaArtist Name
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Although we mainly sing for fun, we do enjoy getting out and about in the community from time to time.  There's no pressure to take part but lots of people find they get a 'buzz' from these occasions and we love sharing our joy of singing.  Here we're joining the Forget-me-not Cafe at the Hayloft, upstairs in the Conservation Suite at Knole.  





For news of this year's fabulous fund-raiser, please go to our Events page, where you can find photos, audio clips and a video of the Skiffle Express leading a rousing finale of All You Need is Love (complete with kazoos!)  


Love Changes Everything
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