AGE UK’S popular dementia cafe in Bromsgrove will be changing venues later in January.
The cafe will now take place at Bromsgrove Rugby Football Club on Finstall Road on Wednesday, January 10 and will continue every second Wednesday of the month.
The move will look to take advantage of the excellent facilities the club offers and will enable them to carry on providing a variety of different engaging activities and themes at each session.
It is free to attend and has a primary aim to provide support and information for people living with mild to moderate dementia, their carers, friends, and family.
The cafe offers a valuable space for loved ones to unwind, share experiences, and connect with fellow caregivers.
Age UK Herefordshire and Worcestershire aims for all their cafés to have a relaxed and friendly atmosphere provided through supportive and accommodating staff.
Dementia services manager, Kelly Reeves, said: “I am thrilled to share the exciting news that our dementia support group is relocating to a new venue in Bromsgrove.
“The upcoming move promises to enhance our group’s experience and create a more comfortable and engaging environment for everyone involved.
“I am eagerly anticipating the positive impact this new venue will have on our group dynamics, fostering a sense of community, understanding, and shared strength.
“Together, we look forward to creating even more meaningful connections and valuable support networks in our continued journey towards dementia awareness and care.
“The new venue in Bromsgrove opens doors to new opportunities, and I am genuinely excited about the positive changes it will bring to our wonderful group.”
Prospective members do not need to book. Just turn up on the day.
Visit www.ageukhw.org.uk or call 0800 008 6077 for more information.