Music In Prisons–The Irene Taylor Trust

One may not think that a creative music project could help with the rehabilitation of prison inmates, yet many, many incarcerated  individuals across the UK have been helped tremendously through the Irene Taylor Trust Music in Prisons project.

In 1995, the Irene Taylor Trust was established in the memory of the late Lord Chief Justice Peter Taylor who had a passion in both music and prison rehabilitation. In 1996, the Trust began it’s work and since that time the Trust has delivered over 170 music projects in over 50 prisons throughout the UK, involving more than 2,000 inmate participants. As many as 10,000 people have had the opportunity to enjoy these musical performances.

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