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Memory Wellbeing Cafes

Our Memory Wellbeing Cafes and Carers Support group are free, social meeting places for people living with dementia, their carers, family and friends.

Memory Wellbeing Cafes give people affected by dementia an opportunity to get together to share experiences, learn from each other and enjoy a social activities. They are also a great place to get information and find out what other help and support is available to anyone affected by dementia.

You can have as little or as much involvement in the cafe as you like, and we are always looking for suggestions for future cafe guest speakers and activities.

Umbrella org:
Alzheimer's Society
Area serviced:
Milnrow, Middleton and Heywood
Contact name:
Ali Roberts
Job title:
Dementia Support Worker
0333 150 3456
Opening times:
Mon to Weds: 9am – 8pm, Fri: 9am – 5pm, and Sat & Sun: 10am – 4pm
Who is it for:
Anyone affected by dementia.

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