Asthma-sufferers urged to do the “Bronchial Boogie”

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DO the Bronchial Boogie – the fun and interactive support session is available for schoolchildren between four and 16, who suffer with asthma.

Bronchial Boogie is an 11-week course held in the Durham County Council-run Chester-le-Street One Point Hub, starting on April 17, from 4pm to 5.30pm.

It aims to help children manage symptoms of asthma through music and games.

There is also the opportunity to learn to play a brass instrument.

The course is delivered by Norman Walker, Tom Rushton, Ouston Pelton Community Brass Band, and nurses Amanda Smith and Judith Mallon.

To access the course call Amanda on 03000 261 112.