Homeless hear music

May 4, 2007

Anglia Ruskin University's Cambridge Music Therapy Clinic has been awarded funds to run a music therapy project for the homeless in Cambridge.

In partnership with the homeless people's charity Wintercomfort it has developed a project that will benefit from the Kick-Start Fund, created by Cambridge City Council to help new projects with the homeless get off the ground.

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