Linds Bestwicke


Norwich and North Norfolk


I provide welcoming and friendly singing groups, open to anyone with a love of singing

My choirs

Harmonise Singers

A warm and welcoming choir established in 2015.

All songs are sung unaccompanied and taught by ear so there’s no need to read music. All we ask is that you love to sing!

New members always welcome and first session is free.

Session times

Monday afternoons, 12.30-14.00 (roughly in term time)

Sing Your Heart Out

Sing Your Heart Out provides free singing workshops for mental wellbeing.

[The following text is taken from the SYHO website]

Our workshop sessions are led by professional singing tutors. We aren’t a choir and we don’t put on performances. We simply enjoy singing together, and we understand that sometimes not everybody feels well, and we accept and support people.

Our sessions aim to help people in all sorts of ways, SYHO participants have said they feel that it has improved their confidence, reduced stress and given a space where others understand how you feel. Sometimes a person may not feel like singing and that’s okay.

We welcome anyone over 18 who is experiencing or has experienced mental health difficulties, to offer a strong space of understanding and a sense of togetherness through singing. We welcome carers, family, friends, any support workers, staff and indeed anyone who wants to support their mental wellbeing (or simply likes to sing!)

SYHO is free to take part, though we welcome donations if you can afford it.

Session times

Sessions run Monday to Thursday across Norfolk. See website for full details

Teas and Harmony

A fun and informal group meeting monthly to enjoy singing together.

All songs taught by ear and there’s no need to read music. New members always welcome and no experience is necessary.

We indulge in hot drinks, cake and chat during our breaks and feel this is a very important part of the session!

Session times

We meet monthly on a Wednesday evening 19.00-21.00 (dates vary - please do ask!)

Contact details