Weds 19th Oct: Drumroots return to 1st Castle Rainbows and Brownies, Northwich.

Posted in African Drumming Workshops, Uncategorized on October 21, 2011 by John Tullo | Leave a comment »

The Drumroots workshop team returned for the second time this year to the Charles Darwin Primary School, Northwich to deliver workshops with the 1st Castle Cheshire Forest Girl Guides for groups of Rainbows (Girls aged 5-7) and Brownies (age7-10). Some familiar and some new faces of the young girl guides welcomed us back (‘on popular demand!’) to lead workshops, and as before the staff leaders where friendly and interested, joining in the workshops with the girls. This group of young people (especially the younger Rainbows, some of whom we’d played with before) were exceptional at learning how to play the djembe and we were allowed to take the session to a level of playing that we normally reserve for much older children and adults. We thoroughly enjoyed the sessions and hope to return soon.

One Response to Weds 19th Oct: Drumroots return to 1st Castle Rainbows and Brownies, Northwich.

  1. Marina says:

    Having had a superb workshop with James and John we would recomend to anyone readin this to give it a try.
    The Drumroots staff have been helpful right from the intial enquiry through the visit.
    they workshop leaders arrived promptly and were able to relate to the age of the girls.
    the quality of the equipment was excellent and there was enought for all to participate.
    as it is stated above we have had a 2nd visit by popular request from the girls.
    as a leader it was nice to be able to relax and enjoy the session as both james and John were in full control.
    A good fun session was had by all THANK YOU

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