OUR PARTNERS

Cambridgeshire Music Hub is made up of many different partners led by the County Council Music Service, Cambridgeshire Music. Our partners are involved in shaping and guiding the work that we do as well as often delivering activity through our co-created projects and their own programmes. Together we are working to ensure that all children and young people across the county have access to as broad a range of music-making as possible, regardless of their financial circumstances, and progressive routes to develop their skills and knowledge within particular areas of interest.

Partners include those that invest in the work of the hub, professional and amateur ensembles, schools and settings and teams from health, inclusion, SEN and youth provision. We are always looking to add to our partnership and have provided short information and links to those with which we work currently below. This page is updated annually to reflect current relationships.

If you would like to help us develop the musical landscape for young people in Cambridgeshire please do get in touch:

Phone: 01480 373500

Email: cm@cambridgeshire.gov.uk

Partner with us and help young people across Cambridgeshire to discover and enjoy music-making

Our partners are committed to:

Maintain the Hub’s expected standards in all their music education activities and to the quality assurance process of partnership supported activity
Contribute positively and constructively to the Hub audit, needs analysis and programme discussions.
Make effective use of programmes developed to achieve partnership objectives
Actively and positively promote and signpost the work of the partnership, to their own young people networks, locally and nationally through agreed communication mechanisms
Assist Hub staff to identify further sources of support for activities
Provide data and information to enable evaluation of delivered activities
Work together to manage successfully any potential areas of duplication or conflicts of interest and avoid bringing the work of the partnership into disrepute