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Do You Suffer From Memory Problems?
Then why not come along to the 'Forget Me Not' Cafe, that is held at the Village Hall every Tuesday from 2.30pm till 4.30pm.

The 'Forget Me Not' Cafe offers activities like Skittles, Indoor Curling, Seated Line Dancing, and Pom Pom excercises, as well as Bingo, Dominoes, Sing-along, as well as Tea/Coffee and homemade cake.

The 'Forget Me Not' Cafe is for those will memory issues, those with Dementia or Alzheimer's or have had a stroke.

If you are interested then come along to the fun and friendly 'Forget Me Not' Cafe, or if you would like more information the call Adrienne on 01458 252710 or Christine on 01458 741606

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