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Welcome to Merton Music Foundation - lead partner for the Merton Music Education Hub

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Song Writing Course: Speak Up - Speak out

Date: 
Tuesday, 30 August, 2016 - 10:00 to Friday, 2 September, 2016 - 16:00

4 day song writing course for young people aged 12-18

From 30th August to 2nd September, 10am to 4pm

St Marks Church, St Marks Place, SW19 7ND

Cost £80

From 21st to 29th July to book a space, please email admin@mmf.org.uk and a member of staff will call you back to take a payment over the phone.

Practice Makes Perfect - Exam Success

Celebrating their successes are nine of the thirty-five candidates who took Associated Board music exams this term. With a 100% success rate overall, this term over 75% gained either a Merit or Distinction in exams which ranged from Grade 1 - Grade 8. Congratulations to all musicians.

FMYM - Sponsored Practice

Thank you to those who took part in the 'Sponsored Practice', please make sure any money raised is taken to the MMF office in an envelope with your name, instrument and school written on it.

Many thanks
FMYM

MMF at Harris Morden!

Merton Music Foundation spent the day with Year 8 students at Harris Morden.

Watch our short video about the visit. Lots more at twitter.com/mertonmusic

Use easyfundraising for shopping this year!

If you are shopping online please help us by registering for easyfundrasing - its free and doesn't cost a penny. Simply navigate to your chosen retailer's website through easyfundrasing.org.uk and we will receive a donation every time you shop.

Easyfundraising is a shopping directory that features most of your favourite online stores. All you have to do is use the links on the easyfundraising site whenever you shop online and at no extra cost to you we can receive up to 15% donation from every purchase you make. You can even SAVE MONEY as many retailers offer discounts. Click on Read more for further details!

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