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News: Music-Loving Local Mum Embarks on Perfect Career

Clare Mill owner of Rhythm Time franchise in Salisbury

Local mum and musician, Clare Mill, is now embarking on her perfect, life-changing career that combines her love of music with working with children. Clare is taking over Rhythm Time's fun and educational music classes for local babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers in the Salisbury area.

The music sessions have been written by a music teacher and specifically designed to help with development and learning, starting with stimulating baby classes and leading to exciting toddler and educational pre-school sessions.

Clare and her experienced and friendly teacher, Ruth, will be providing the educational music classes to local children aged 5 and under across Salisbury, Andover and the New Forest.

"Music has always been a big part of my life from a young age," quotes Clare. "I learnt to play the flute and piano as a child and played in various orchestras as well as singing in choirs.I went on to study music at university and then worked in an administrative role in the music industry."

"I took my older son to a Rhythm Time toddler class in 2012 and we both really enjoyed it. Even in the short space of time that I attended with him, I could see how he developed from the classes, particularly gaining confidence in doing the rhythm patterns into the microphone! When my second son was born, he attended the baby classes from one week old.  I can really see the benefits of attending a Rhythm Time class - this is why I've made this wonderful career move that combines my love of music and working with children," she adds.

A free taster session is available to children who haven't experienced Rhythm Time before.

For more information and to book your free taster session in one of her toddler, pre-school or baby classes, call Clare on 07833 474618. Alternatively, visit the Rhythm Time website at where you can also book your free trial session online.

Posted: 22nd Apr 2013

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