'Forget Me Not' Memory Cafe Curries Favour

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Memory Cafe 1st Curry Rivel Meeting
forget-me-not-memory-cafe Curry Rivel Aug 2017

The first meeting of the 'Forget Me Not' Memory Cafe at Curry Rivel Village Hall on Tuesday 1st August 2017 was a great success, and was very well attended.

To 'kick off' at Curry Rivel, there was an afternoon party with sandwiches, snacks and cakes, as well as games and sing along with Shirley on the piano.
The Memory Cafe has become increasingly popular for all those in the area who suffer from memory loss and strokes, which is the main reason for relocating the Cafe to the larger Curry Rivel Village Hall.

The 'Forget Me Not' Memory Cafe takes place at the Village Hall every Tuesday from 2.30pm till 4.30pm, where all those attending have a great time.
If you would like more information about the Memory Cafe, then please contact Christine on 01458 741606 or Adrienne on 01458 252710

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