Music Builds Communities

A Community project for Newmarket and Area

“.....bringing people together through music!”

Contact Us on              Phone: 07968-912046


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You only have to listen: know that music brings people together.


Whether you can already sing or play or not we would love to hear from you.

Music Builds Communities an opportunity to share music in this area.

Since it started in February 2010 in Exning near Newmarket MBC has provided a range of opportunities to share music to:

Music Builds Communities is for people of all ages and abilities

These previous activities are what people told us they would like in the past..

We are currently re-evaluating what we should provide and need your thoughts and ideas to help us decide.

So please get in touch and share your ideas  We look forward to hearing from you!      

Welcome to Music Builds Communities

Has been financially supported by

Forest Heath District Council, Suffolk County Council, Waitrose  and Newmarket Lions (acknowledgements)

fhdc scc lions
 Singing for Fun "Songs from the 1980s" on March 21st

“.....bringing people together through music!”

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Music Builds Communities is led by a team of enthusiastic volunteers

  with wide experience of instruments and a variety of music and singing genre.

For details of when and where sessions will take place click here

Singing for Fun

Wednesday March 21st
at 8pm

“Songs from the 1980s”

At Tesco Newmarket Community Room

Sing-a-long to acoustic guitars.
With a mix of Pop, Rock, Showtunes Easy Listening, Traditional and Folk

 Song List for evening

Click to see photos of
“MBC 6th Birthday” on February 13
Or here for links to all our Past Events since February 2010

No 0ther Saturday Sessions planned

MBC Band

No sessions planned

For those who can play an instrument and would enjoy the opportunity to play with others.

MBC Band

Electric Guitars

Next Session

March 14th  at 7.30pm

Exning Community Church Hall