At the recent Maidstone’s Borough Council’s Economic Regeneration and Leisure Committee meeting the Arts and Culture Strategy developed by Ann Marie Langley, the recently appointed Arts and Culture Officer was unanimously approved. The strategy, developed following extensive consultations with a range of organisations, including MAAP, contains a detailed action plan. The 2 year action plan
On behalf of Building Dementia Friendly Maidstone, and as Chair of Maidstone Area Arts Partnership I have just visited Gloucester and met with members of Mindsong. They are a truly wonderful organisation, with over 400 volunteers that provide free fortnightly sessions to over 50 care homes in and around Gloucester, primarily providing care for people
It is estimated that as much as 30% of all people visiting a GP’s surgery are unlikely to benefit from medication. Many are lonely, and depressed and it is now widely acknowledged that drugs are far from an appropriate response. What people are more likely to want is the companionship and challenge that you can
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The Maidstone Singers will perform Simon Mold’s ‘Passiontide’ as part of Holy Week at All Saints Church on 27th March 2024.
The Maidstone Singers will celebrate the Magnificat through the works of three different composers: Bach, Rutter and Stanford at All Saints Church, Maidstone on Saturday 22nd June 2024 at 7.30 pm. The Magnificat is one of the most ancient and beloved hymns of the Christian tradition, expressing joy, gratitude, and hope. Each composer brings their own