Community wellbeing workshops
Music in the community
Our community wellbeing workshops happen every week at the Broomwood Community Wellbeing Centre and the Old Trafford Wellbeing Centre. They are open to all and free of charge. Anyone is free to come along and join a music group, or gather friends together to start their own.
We have well-equipped music studios including equipment such as guitars and ukuleles to music production software and synthesisers. But most importantly, we have trained, friendly workshop leaders and musicians ready to welcome you into our regular jam sessions and community workshops.
People can come and learn an instrument, or just explore the noises it can make, we have guitars, bass guitars, keyboards, drums, pianos, percussion, ukuleles, computer software, synthesisers and much more!
When you join one of our community groups, you can jam, rehearse, experiment and develop your skills. There is also the chance to gig and perform in the local community. We have the facilities to record and mix your own music here with us too! Come along to the organised groups listed below, or get in touch to find out more.
Get in touch
Our community wellbeing workshops are the beating heart of Seed Studios’ activity. If you are a social prescribing link worker or know someone who would benefit from using our services, you can find us on Elemental or you can contact us directly
There are several ways to contact us, via the form, telephone or at our main address
54-56 Seymour Grove,
0161 912 4828