JOS can also provide workshops in any location: If you would like to discuss potential workshop delivery please contact us.
Participants should attempt to arrive at least 15 minutes in advance for all sessions, although it is appreciated that this is not always possible and late comers are always welcome. Suggested participant donation is £5 per session.
Accessibility: Wheelchair access and inclusive toilet facility available in-situ.
All JOS sessions are inclusive and involve the proactive commitment of PA’s and Carers unless otherwise agreed by prior arrangement with JOS facilitators.
Inclusive, participatory, community music workshop using bespoke instruments.
It is best for taxi’s and mini buses to drop you off at the side entrance to the Heritage centre, next to Vauxhall city farm on Tyers street.
Please give your transport service this post code SE11 5HS.
Any problems please contact
Angela – 07752 819933
William – 07906 916524
JOS volunteer team is open to people of all abilities and encourages anyone who wishes to develop new practical and experiential skills to join us. Volunteer duties include the undertaking of various tasks in support of workshop set up, delivery and management. Commitment and duties are person centred and tailored to individual preferences and needs.
Any Old Instruments or Equipment? We are always on the lookout for instruments – perhaps you have an old guitar or fiddle stored in an attic or garage? If so, please contact us – any type, age or condition considered! To maintain JOS project activitieswe are looking for musicalinstruments, of any kind new or old, in any condition. Also, any music related items such as scores, accessories, strings,bows and cases, recordings etc.Whatever you have to offer, JOS will put it to good use towards the continuation and development of our activities.