Liberation Day themed Tea Dance on Tuesday 8 May

 

You are warmly invited to a Liberation Day themed Tea Dance on Tuesday 8 May at St Clement’s Parish Hall from 10.30am to 1pm

• Tea/Coffee and Cake will be served and if anyone wishes to they can bring a packed lunch and stay on too

• Live music will be played by local band ‘Foolish Things’

• Car parking space is available outside the Parish Hall

• Everyone is very welcome to attend and there is no charge

• People with dementia must be accompanied by care providers during the event

• Volunteers are needed to help direct cars and to welcome people at the main door, as well as serve drinks and refreshments please

• Future dementia friendly community events will happen on:

9 July, 16 October and 9 December this year

• Please contact Yolande Whitley on 01534 723519 or by email: Yolande@jerseyalzheimers.com if you would like to attend and/or help on the day

Thank you

For more information about the help and support that our charity offers please visit our 
Drop-in/Office which is in Hilgrove Street, St Helier and is open from Monday to Thursday - 10am to 2pm

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Dementia is a progressive disease (meaning that it gets worse over time) that usually starts later in life and lasts for the rest of a person's life.