Music Project

There is ten year story to this project In 2014 Rock school was due to end following a lack of funding. One Voice applied for funding to ensure this project could continue offering out of school provision.

Young people were able to develop their skills musically and socially with peer support and tuition with termly showcase events being held with them performing as a band.

Long term funding was secured by One Voice from the peoples health trust and this project was chosen to receive a recognition award from the Health Lottery this was a great achievement to be chosen as one of 5 from 1300 projects. The Award was presented by Simon Cowell at a celebration tea party in London.


The project continued to grow and was renamed Total Music the weekly sessions continuing to be offered for age 11 to 17 at Oasis academy Wednesdays 6-8 pm. Showcase events are held, the young people perform at local events and we are looking at different types of music provision within the area. Total music had continued support from Oasis Academy through the provision of a room free of charge and also from Blossom way sports and Social club who offer a venue free of charge for the showcase events. One voice continued to seek and gain funding for this project to ensure its continuation, when COVID 19 hit us this stopped the sessions and due to a lack of funding and a lost momentum after lock down with the support of JEFF funding the project was delivered alongside the climb 4’s youth group to identify if the interest and need was still there. After 6 months those who had taken part requested a stand alone session, This project is delivered by Freestyle Academy and is now called Pilgrim Sounds sessions are held Tuesdays 6.30-8 pm at the Old Library building Pelham road Immingham and they continue to be funded via the JEFF project which enables young people to have increased opportunities to improve their emotional well being,  for more information about these sessions please contact us.