The Lancashire Music Hub
Lancashire Music Hub brings together all opportunities for music learning in the county into one place. The Hub was established in 2013 and is made up of four key partners; Lancashire Music Service, Charanga, David Adamson and More Music.
- Young people
- Youth workers
- School leadership
This is a major partnership between:
Lancashire Music Service – a national leader in good practice within formal education
Charanga – national leader of digital development for the MEH
More Music – one of the UK’s foremost community music organisations
David Ashworth – music ICT consultant
Bolton Music Service
Bolton Music Service works with all sectors of the local community in Bolton, Blackburn and Darwen, to increase access to quality music making, to raise standards of music education across all schools and academies, and to provide exciting musical pathways for children through tuition and music ensembles.
We pride ourselves in looking after the needs of each child and providing the specialist tuition required for each child to realise their potential. Bolton Music Service is the lead partner in the Greater Manchester Music Hub.
Blackpool Music Education Service
Formed in 2002, Blackpool Music Service is a nationally respected, financially self-sufficient, customer led service which, according to the Federation of Music Services (2011) provides ‘outstanding value for money’. This observation was echoed by the National Music Council which awarded its prestigious ‘Major Trophy’ to Blackpool Music Service in November 2011.
In September 2012 the service was offered Music Education Hub status. This has ensured future DfE grants until 2016 and an expansion of our services, partners, inspirational events and, enjoyable music-making for all Blackpool children.
BBC Radio Lancashire
We are delighted that BBC Radio Lancashire are our Media Partners. As you may be aware, we have been receiving regular coverage particularly on the John Gillmore show. John Gillmore, Garry Scott and Chris Thronley are great champions of our competition.
For all the latest news, sport and features for the Red Rose County, BBC Radio Lancashire 95.5, 103.9 & 104.5FM, 855 & 1557MW, DAB digital radio, smartphone and online.
The Lancashire Evening Post has been bringing a local perspective on news, sport, community news, what’s on, lifestyle and more, to families across central Lancashire since 1886.
It is one of the North West’s premier regional dailies, reaching a monthly total audience of more than 250,000 people across its print and digital platforms, plus 150,000 social media followers.
The LEP is delighted to support the 2019 Last Choir Singing competition.