New community singing group set up by South Roscommon FRC as part of ‘One Town, One Voice’

South Roscommon Family Resource Centre are delighted to announce that in partnership with the ‘One Town, One Voice’ programme and Creative Ireland through Roscommon County Council, they are setting up a new community singing group.

The benefits of singing as part of a group are well known, from improving mental health, forming new friendships, and distraction from everyday routines and/or issues. With so many new cultures and nationalities living in Roscommon Town, it’s a great way to broaden our circles and meet people from different backgrounds. So many people say they can’t sing, but if you sing as part of a group, no one can hear your voice!

We are delighted to have Kayleigh Cullinan and Shannon Keane as leaders of the group, and we can’t wait to get started! The group will be held each Tuesday evening, starting on the 11th of July, from 7 pm to 8.30 pm.

For more information, or to register your place, please contact South Roscommon Family Resource Centre on 090 6628621 or email Alternatively, you can find us on our social media platforms (Facebook and Instagram) and by following the hashtag #southrosfrc.