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We believe that creating original music collaboratively can make a powerful impact on people’s lives, bringing them new confidence, important transferrable social skills, and raised aspirations for the future. Music can break down barriers and help people who have found themselves pushed to the fringes of society, to become celebrated and valued members of the community.
Our projects support NEET (Not in Employment, Education or Training) young people, ex-prisoners rebuilding their lives on release, and people of all ages in prisons. The individuals we work with are some of the most disadvantaged and excluded in society, having faced a range of issues such as abuse, violence, substance misuse, mental health problems, exclusion from school and homelessness. Our work lights a spark that can be the catalyst in supporting these vulnerable people to change their lives for the better.
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The Irene Taylor Trust is a registered charity in England and Wales, no. 1073105
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