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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The current crisis is forcing many of us to remain at home and find alternative entertainment. It is estimated that 15 million people in the UK want to either learn to play an instrument or take music-making back up again. We will remain open online and continue supplying instruments and accessories for as long as possible. We can also link our customers with teachers for online taster/ongoing lessons. Look on the website for bargains and refurbished/ second hand instruments as well as new stock that we can ship on a two day service in most cases. Stay safe and well....

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Our second year social impact report

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Our second year social impact report

We're delighted to publish our second social impact report, marking our second year in business, donating to music education. We donate 100% of our surplus to community music services and other music projects because we have a passion to support music education and inspire the next generation of musicians.  We hope you enjoy the report and we'd love to hear any feedback you have.  Please like and follow us on Twitter or Facebook at @musichubsales

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Learn to play day 2019

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Learn to play day 2019

Watch our Learn to play day 2019 video featuring the clarinet quartet of the Band of the Grenadier Guards.

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Social Saturday - join our instrument amnesty

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Social Saturday - join our instrument amnesty

To celebrate Social Saturday, on 13 October 2018, we're hosting an instrument amnesty. This is a perfect chance to donate your unwanted musical instruments. So clear out the dusty loft, check the under stairs cupboard, raid the garage and bring your old, unwanted instruments to us. Instruments that are donated to us via our instrument amnesty on Social Saturday will be sold, donated or recycled.

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Our social enterprise statement and declaration

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As a sole trader business, there is no formal legal requirement for The Music Hub to produce or be governed by any governing documents. However, fundamental to the business model and ethos of The Music Hub is the reinvestment of 100% of surplus to support community music and youth music education. Therefore, this document serves as a formal, public record for customers, suppliers and member organisations. It establishes the purpose, vision and values of The Music Hub, definitions of beneficiaries and the business’ activities, as well as details of how surplus is reinvested for the benefit of the community. Read...

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