12:43PM, Wednesday 17 February 2016
Budding musicians had the chance to produce their own CD at a half-term music and DJ project.
A group of 10 eight to 13-year-olds took part in the session at Windsor Youth and Community Centre in Alma Road on Monday.
Youth worker Noel Simpson helped the children come up with their own lyrics and they learnt how to DJ in the youth centre’s music studio.
Early intervention senior youth worker Chris Caughey said: “It went well, I had good feedback from the parents.
“The music sessions have been really popular with the older age group so in October we brought it in for the younger ones.”
Group music sessions run at the youth centre on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7-9pm during term time.
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