Norwich singing group for people living with dementia is boosted by Sport Relief

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Come Singing, at The Costessey Centre, who got £400 from Comic Relief last year to buy song books, hand bells and a keyboard for members. PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

They are united by a love for music.

Many friendships have been formed at the Come Singing group, and participants have performed in flash mobs across Norwich.

And members of the singing group, for people living with dementia, look forward to their meetings.

Come Singing was formed around four years ago and meets around two dozen times per month in different venues – from the Millennium Library to the Costessey Centre, care homes to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

It has around 150 members in total, aged from in their 50s to their 90s.

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