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Memory Cafe Xmas Party
Tues 18th Dec 2018

The 'Forget Me Not' Memory Cafe Christmas Party will be held on Tuesday 18th December, at Curry Rivel Village Hall, starting at 2.30pm.

If you regularly attend the Memory Cafe, or have been in the past, please come along.
The Memory Cafe is for anyone who has memory problems, or has a had a stroke, and new faces will be warmly welcomed at the Christmas Party.

It promises to be a great afternoon, with a Christmas buffet, fun, games and the Tesco Elves....
For more information about the Memory Cafe, or the Christmas Party, then please call Adrienne 252710 or Christine 741606.

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