A Doncaster based health trust is hitting the high notes with a new singing group to bring together the community and people with disabilities.

Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) has recently collaborated with Doncaster College to create a new group to celebrate diversity through music.

The group, RDaSH High Notes Singers, want everyone, no matter their background or singing ability, especially anyone with a disability or dementia to join, to have some fun, make new friends and help spread positivity throughout the community.

Staff from RDaSH are working with drama and music students from Doncaster College to kick start the group. The group will be holding a concert on June 19 starting at 11am at Doncaster College, anyone wanting to join is urged to contact Carola Tramsden on 01302 796138 as soon as possible.

Carol Bowyer, Volunteer Manager at RDaSH said: “Music connects people, it’s something that everyone can join in with no matter what your ability is. We want to bring the community of Doncaster together and celebrate diversity through the power of music.”

Practice sessions will start on February 4 for the concert in June. All future sessions will be held every Tuesday between 1pm and 3pm in the Chapel at Tickhill Road Hospital, off Weston Road, Balby, Doncaster.