Wren Music 

    a world where every voice is heard 

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Becoming a Wren Friend 

Become a ‘Wren Friend’


We would love you to support us by becoming a ‘Wren Friend’ thereby making a regular contribution to our running costs.

Your donations as a Wren Friend will be contributing to our continued development in what are difficult financial times for all charities. Your support will help with:

  • Preserving and promoting Devon’s cultural heritage
  • Allowing the young and the vulnerable to take part in music-related activities
  • Developing new artists and audiences for folk and traditional music
  • Making things happen with people and music!


By becoming a Wren Friend you will receive:


  • An Invitation to a private function at The Baring-Gould Folk weekend to ‘meet the artists’
  • Annual entitlement to two free tickets at a Wren promotion
  • On becoming a Friend, the choice of one Wren CD

As a guideline, for this entitlement, we would hope you can make a contribution of £8 per month for an individual or £12 for a couple. Greater contributions are obviously very much welcome.


Please download our Wren Friend Application Form here and return it to us.








Peoples’ Stories:


Eric – Stroke sufferer Eric, was unable to speak at one point in his life, but he was so inspired by a Wren ‘Make Music’ session with the Stroke Association in Bideford that he went out and bought a guitar himself to song and play. He now has a growing repertoire and performs regularly at events.


Abby –a school dropout and attendee at the Pupil Referral Unit North Devon, Abby through Wren’s work became a teaching assistant in a local special school and eventually became a teacher.


Jill – “Singing with Wren has changed my life. I’m aged 70 and a lifetime activist in the folk scene, soI thought there was not a lot left for me, but joining voices in Common has given me a whole new lease of life.”


Your contribution can go a long way…………. £100 pays for a ‘Make Music with Wren’ course or buys a fiddle that could be played by hundreds of children every year.