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Forget-Me-Not Memory Café Moves To Curry Rivel
On Tuesday 1st Aug 2017 the 'Forget Me Not' Memory Café moves from Langport to the Village Hall in Curry Rivel.

The Memory Café was set up over 4 years ago to help those who suffer from Memory problems, like Dementia, Alzheimers and Strokes, and has become a popular place for all those attending.
The Café meets every Tuesday afternoon from 2.30pm till 4.30pm, and provides activities, games, tea and cakes, as well as sing along session.

In recent months the Memory Café has become more popular, and has out grown its current location in Langport, so the organisers of the Café have decided to move to the larger Curry Rivel Village Hall.
So if you know of anyone, who may suffer from Memory problems then please come along to Curry Rivel Village Hall on Tuesday 1st Aug from 2.30pm, for a what promises to be a great afternoon. Carers are also very welcome at the Café.

If you would like more information about the Memory Café then please call one of the following:

Christine Hampton 01458 741606 Wendy Allington 01458 251339
Adrienne Holmes 01458 252710 Sherrie-Jane Jackson 07017 202906

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