A charity bringing together people with dementia and their families in a choir is calling on the public to share their favourite songs in a new campaign.
The Forget-me-not Chorus meets to sing and rehearse all over Cardiff to help empower people with dementia and their families to express themselves through music.
Now the charity is launching a project called #MySongMyStory and asking members of the public to share their favourite songs and stories via social media using the hashtag. The move has been supported by digital commissioning agency The Space.
The project is launching at the Wales Millenium Centre this weekend and will run unitl mid-October on the Glafa stage in an effort to encourage people to have a conversation about dementia.
At the launch, two Forget-me-not Chorus choirs of 40 or 50 choristers will sing five songs accompanied by a member of the WNO chorus and musicians.
As part of the digital campaign, writer Patrick Jones has been working with the community choirs to turn songs and stories into poetry which will be shared.
The Wales Millenium Centre has worked in partnership with the choir since it's inception in 2010.