The Forget-Me-Not Memory Café is a free and friendly informal group for people affected by memory problems and their carers,.
Drop in and make new friends.
Enjoy good company, tea and cake, live music, singing, card games, dominoes and guest speakers.
Every Tuesday 2.30-4.30pm, drop by and say Hi.......
Memory Cafés provide a social activity, along with the provision of information, in order to support people affected by dementia without having to go through a formal referral.
You don't even need to have a diagnosis. If you are worried about your memory you can come along to your nearest café to gain information and support and talk to others in a similar situation. Cafés are free to attend and complimentary refreshments are available.
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