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FluteCakes and the Dorchester Child Contact Centre

The FlutesCakes are a community group of sixteen adult flautists founded over 10 years ago. They meet once a month to rehearse, some in person and some via Zoom. Historically, a feature of all rehearsals is a break for a cuppa and a slice of home made cake. FluteCakes performed a Christmas Concert on 10th December at the United Church, Dorchester, to raise funds for the Dorchester Child Contact Centre who hold their session at the Church. In these interviews, Rob Mott talks to Tracey Stewart, founder of FluteCakes, and to Janice Young, Chair of the Trustees of the Dorchester Child Contact Centre, and you hear some examples of FluteCakes’ music…