Tom Barham
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Threatened Denbighshire music service is 'so important'

Parents fighting to keep a children's music education service under threat from Denbighshire council cuts have said it is "so important".

The authority could withdraw the £103,000 it spends with the William Mathias Music Service to run its music service and ensembles for 190 children.

Parents have presented the council with a petition of nearly 4,000 names.

The council said the services are in addition to school music lessons, which all children will continue to receive.

Tom Barham and Nia Wyn Jones, whose children play in Denbighshire County Brass Band, give their views.

  • 29 Nov 2014
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