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WDN Membership Fees Abolished!!!!

Posted by WDN Team on Thursday, January 23, 2014, In : Support & Opportunities 
The World Drumming Network's Project Coordinators The Creative and Cultural Company has abolished membership fees. The network is now sponsored by Creative and Cultural. So it has been made free to join and participate, but you need to be invited by a member to join. There is still an admin fee for Academy registration, but even  that is just a one off fee.
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Live Music Kit

Posted by WDA Team on Friday, October 12, 2012, In : Support & Opportunities 

The Musicians’ Union has released a handbook giving advice on how the Live Music Act, which came into effect this week, will affect venues and performers when hosting live music events for audiences of fewer than 200 people. It’s hoped the changes will help energise and promote grass roots music; vital for the long-term health of the UK music industry. The Live Music Kit explains why “many small venues” can now host live music without holding a music licence - but you will still need ...

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Sonor Drums WDA Members only offer

Posted by WDA Team on Thursday, July 12, 2012, In : Support & Opportunities 
Free Hardware Bag worth £50 with all Sonor Drum Kits at Strung Out Audio this weekend (14th & 15th July 2012)
Plus free sticks with every purchase in store or telephone/mail order.
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Strung Out Audio Discount for WDA Members

Posted by WDA Team on Thursday, July 12, 2012, In : Support & Opportunities 
UK music retailer Strung Out Audio have agreed a 10% discount for all World Drumming Association Members. the offer is available in their Hull UK store and on all telephone/mail orders. You just need to quote your unique WDA Member discount code when ordering. 
 They stock Vic Firth, Regal Tip, Sonor and many more.
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VolYouMe CIC help with young drummers

Posted by WDA Team on Wednesday, July 11, 2012, In : Support & Opportunities 
A new Community Interest Company by the name of VolYouMe based in Hull UK are helping families on low incomes and people with disabilities access music. Simon Lewis of VolYouMe said "We try to help people to achieve what they want through music and within their community." "We are a not for profit organisation, so all of our effort goes into helping
people." VolYouMe provide subsidised musical services such as lessons, PA hire, recording & production and even help you to recycle your instrumen...

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