New Noise Holiday Club launches at Future Yard this Easter

Future Yard has launched a new half-term holiday club for children aged between 7 and 11 this Easter, giving kids the chance to try out making music in sessions at the Birkenhead music venue.

Taking place during the Easter Holidays from 8-12 April, New Noise Holiday Club is for 7-11 year olds to make friends, start a band, write their own songs, and even perform on the Future Yard stage.

Based at the cutting-edge venue in the heart of Birkenhead, every child will get the chance to learn about guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, singing and more in a supportive and friendly environment.

Led by a team of hugely experienced and passionate tutors, New Noise Holiday Club is the latest addition to Future Yard’s exciting skills and training offer that provides interesting ways for local young people to engage with music.

Alongside the weekly Sunday morning Mosh Tots live gigs for kids and the Saturday morning New Noise Music Centre, the Holiday Club provides a key bridge in music participation for children aged between 7 and 11.

“New Noise Holiday Club is here to support the next generation of music makers,” says Future Yard CEO Craig Pennington. “We believe that children of all ages should have access to music, to help them find different ways of expressing themselves and communicating with others. In particular, we want to be able to offer this to young people in the local area and provide some fun during the half-term holidays, a time which can be a challenge for some families.”

New Noise Holiday Club is part of the Holiday Activities And Food (HAF) campaign over the Easter holidays, supported by Edsential.

The free-to-access places on the programme are funded by the Department for Education as part of a national HAF campaign, supporting children, young people and their families during school holidays. Come and make some NOISE this half-term with New Noise Holiday Club!

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