Music Workshop

music-workshop1jpg_500x375Youngsters get to pump up the volume at a special workshop in Holyhead.

Thanks to funding from Crimebeat, PCSO Kellly Tatlock has managed to organise an eight week series of music workshops every Wednesday at Rozzy’s Rock shop Holyhead.

PCSO Tatlock said: “This is the second lot of workshops I have held with funding from Crimebeat, giving local youngsters the opportunity to learn both the guitar and keyboard.

“Sessions have been extremely well supported by local youths. It has been a fantastic environment and an opportunity for me to engage with the youngsters, thus building good relationships between them and the neighbourhood policing team.”
James Rozzy added: “It’s fantastic that Crimebeat have donated money towards a music workshop, the children have all enjoyed it and some will now carry on with their musical paths, I would like to thank Simon ( Anglesey music ) and Caine for their time and we’re always here to help children of all ages learn music.”

On visiting the workshop Dr Peter Hmusic-workshop2jpg_500x375arlech Jones, High Sheriff of Gwynedd commented: “This was my first visit as High Sheriff to see one of the projects that Crimebeat has supported. To see the young people learning to play keyboard and guitar with such enthusiasm and at the same time clearly enjoying themselves was truly very rewarding and a reminder if any was needed of the valuable contribution that the funds provided by Crimebeat can make to communities in supporting such initiatives for young children and their families.”