“Making Music, Changing Lives”
What’s Livewire All About?
Livewire Youth Project is a registered charity (Registered Number 300632) and has been situated on the banks of the River Tamar in Saltash since the 1940s. Also known locally as Livewire Youth Music Project – “Making Music, Changing Lives” – because we recognise the power of music to transform and build confidence, which is at the heart of our work.
Livewire focuses itself as a youth music project for young people aged 13 to 21 offering a full range of quality facilities and activities, including music lessons, guitar, bass, drums and vocals, rehearsal studio’s, recording studio’s and a 250 capacity live music venue.
Livewire offers a wide range of support to young people not only in terms of music but also supporting them through difficult situations including self harm, low self esteem, eating disorders, family and personal relationship issues, sexual health and drug and alcohol issues.
Entry cost for young people has increased to 50p for the first time in several decades (we can’t remember when it last increased), and £1 for non-members. Read more here.
Explore our Blog pages for find the latest news and the article archives. Links for the most Recent Posts are on the right. Or, simply take a look round our web site to find out more, and we hope to hear from you soon!
NEXT PUBLIC EVENT (Open to ALL): Saturday October 25th 2014 – 7pm – 11pm
Live music and Q&A with Mickey Patient and Ben Brookland (ex The Treatment). Click here for more…
Why not make an easy single or regular cash donation through www.justgiving.com/lymp.
OR Set up a standing order: Livewire Standing Order – Gift Aid form to donate a small amount per month.
or direct donation with Gift Aid: Livewire Single donation gift aid form – Don’t forget if you’re a UK Tax Payer you can reclaim Gift Aid to help us even more!
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