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Due to essential maintenance the following services will be unavailable on Saturday 20 April:

Dementia support groups in the community

There are a range of activities and groups to support people with dementia, from day services to reminiscence groups.

The Alzheimer’s Society

The Alzheimer’s Society provides:

  • a dementia support worker, for practical and emotional support
  • carers’ support groups
  • Singing for the Brain in Kingswood, Thornbury and Downend.
  • the Limes Day Centre for younger people with dementia
  • a weekly sports and social club in Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre.

For further information please call the Alzheimer’s Society on 01179 610 693.

For local information visit their Services in Bristol and South Gloucestershire page.

Council run day services

We support adults with a range of needs including people with physical and sensory impairments, dementia and learning difficulties. We can help people to gain, maintain and maximise their independence.

Sporting Memories

Want to share memories of great sporting heroes and events? Sporting Memories weekly groups are a friendly place where people with dementia can tell us about their favourite sporting memories and hear stories from others who also love their sport. The groups also welcome the company of individual friends or relatives who share their sporting passion. Sporting Memories offers weekly groups in Filton Library, Patchway Library in conjunction with Bristol Rovers, and Gloucestershire County Cricket Club in Bishopston. everyone is very welcome to come along.

Find out more about joining or volunteering at the Filton GroupPatchway Group and Gloucestershire County Cricket Club Group.

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