April 1, 2020
Good Vibrations runs gamelan (Indonesian bronze percussion) courses, in prisons and secure hospitals and with offenders and ex-offenders in the community, helping people develop crucial life- and work-skills such as communication, teamworking, creative thinking and concentration. Participants are then also more motivated to engage in other constructive activities.
10 Queen Street Place, Greater London, EC4R 1BE, United Kingdom
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020 7993 6011
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Primary Field of Work
Custody or Community
Voluntary and Community Sector
East | East Midlands | London | North East | North West | South East | South West | West Midlands | Yorkshire and the Humber
Fields of Work
Education | Mental health | Physical health | Training
People you work with
Black, Asian & minority ethnic people | Families | Foreign nationals | Immigration detainees | Lesbian, gay, bisexual people | Men | Older people | Prisoners with short sentences | Refugees & asylum seekers | Serious offenders | Sex offenders | Women | Young people
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