Katy Bennett

A professional singer, songwriter, composer, community musician, choir leader and music therapist. Katy is an engaging and energetic workshop leader with experience of working with children, young people and adults in schools, health, community and prison settings. Katy leads community choirs helping people to find their voice and specialist work includes work with people with autism, learning difficulties , dementia and other social, emotions and mental health difficulties.

Who Are We?

Ann Jones

A professional musician, cross art form performer, community musician and access and inclusion trainer. Ann is committed to enabling everyone to access and enjoy music. She devises and delivers bespoke projects in partnership with theatres, education settings and arts organisations. As a trainer she mentors music service staff and delivers workshops in creative and inclusive music making to music hubs. Her workshops are fun and friendly, and based on a group led approach. She specialises in improvisation, composition and helping participants find their own musical voice.

Lou Atkin

Louise is a qualified and experienced youth worker, trainer and manager. Louise has worked with young people and youth workers for 30 years to create opportunities for young people to have fun, try new experiences and to develop self-esteem and a positive relationships. Louise is a project leader and works nationally to support youth work teams to improve the quality of their work, devising training programmes, interactive workshops and events.

Kathryn Day

Kathryn is an experienced Trainer and Facilitator with over 20 years experience, specialising in the field of Wellbeing for Children, Young People and their Families. She has delivered training packages on a range of women’s issues. Kathryn's experience in delivering training spans a wide range of ages and settings; from Children's Centres to Women’s Groups, where she has worked both with individuals on a 1:1

as well as in groups. She is passionate about women’s equality and rights to social justice. –