London Tales – Mind the Gap Mind The Gap Grimes/ Hrybowicz Written when living in Tower Hamlets East London 1979 - 1993 Annie with her shopping Bag  gets mugged right on the High Street Angry Harry in his Jag 'Wheres all the decent people gone? But Harry doesn't want no trouble, Harry don't want no fuss- he quickly puts his … Continue reading London Tales – Mind the Gap

Feeling Old and in the Way

 An extract from The Singers Tale Nothing like feeling old and in the way. Crowded high street, a gang of girls walking towards me - straddled across the pavement like an impenetrable wall of young women. Stand my ground or swerve into the gutter? They show no sign of seeing me. Closer closer. … Continue reading Feeling Old and in the Way

Sing For Joy Choirs for people with Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis and other conditions

I worked with these groups since the first Choir was formed in 2001, 

the second Choir in 2009 at The Neurological Hospital Queen Square Bloomsbury London



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Carol Grimes The Singers Tale & other Yarns -

We do have room for more with family friends or carers in The Bloomsbury Choir. Singing in The Chapel at The National Hospital Queen Square Bloomsbury London UK) &

A visual history of some of our adventures

Sing for Joy Kentish Town community choir formed in 2001 for people with Parkinsons Disease & other conditions all ages, types, and genders; and that singing with others is so good. The choir meets at 6.00pm at the Kentish Town Health Centre each Tuesday evening. Sing for Joy Bloomsbury! Formed in 2009 based at the National Hospital for Neurological Diseases, Queen Square. The choir meets at 4.45pm each Wednesday evening in the chapel of the hospital.

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