MakerWorld, the Huddersfield town-centre art initiative from The Children’s Art School, is launching a new, free-to-attend children’s choir and it needs YOUR VOICE.

After its initial session, the MakerNoise choir will run regularly on Saturday mornings at the Piazza Centre in Huddersfield. It is open to children of all ages singing a range of popular songs in a relaxed environment. 

“There’s no need to have sung before or even be able to sing in tune,” says Children’s Art School director, Chloe Williams, “the ethos, like all of the activities we offer, is to encourage all children to get creative. Come and have a go and see if you like it!”

The introductory try-out sessions take place at MakerWorld on Thursday 30th May at 11.30am and 2pm. 

The Children’s Art School is a charitable organisation committed to promoting the value of art education for children and young people. MakerWorld is currently funded by The National Lottery Community Fund which means all its regular activities are free to participants.

For more information, get in touch or just turn up on the day!