We are proud to be supporting a range of nature based activities for people with dementia and their carers in Cornwall
Where? St Austell and Bodmin
When? Bodmin every other Monday, St Austell every Wednesday
Details – Our walks are growing in popularity and we are pleased to welcome new faces nearly every week. We’ve had a few people contact us regarding their mobility and whether they’d be able to come along. Don’t worry, this isn’t a hiking group, we walk at a leisurely pace, some with mobility aids and we make plenty of rest stops – we even bring along some portable chairs!
No need to book just turn up, we’d love to see you.
When? Mondays once a month
Details – Come and join a dementia friendly fishing and nature club in Bude. Either join in with some fishing on the canal or come for a stroll and a chat, no experience or kit needed just turn up. The group meets once a month 10.30-12.30 at the Neetside Community Centre.
Where? Constantine, Nr Falmouth
When? Fortnightly on Thursdays
Details – Potager is a garden and cafe in Constantine, come and take part in a range of activities and stay for a chat and a cuppa.
For more details on any of the above activities please visit the programme page on the Sensory Trust website
Free activity sessions in London, October 2016
Walking for health
Want to get out and get some fresh air? Join us on some dementia-friendly short walks around the distinctive landscape of the China Clay area.
15th Jan we’ll take a walk along part of the Goss Moor Trail;
22nd Jan we explore the village and landscape of St. Dennis;
29th Jan more walking around St Dennis, this week we explore the industrial heritage. Meet at ClayTAWC building at 10am
Each session is from 10am to 12pm, they are free and include refreshments.
For more information or to book please give Wendy a call: 01726 222900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exploding the myth – maintaining memory
4th April 2014
We will be at the Age UK event Exploding the myth- maintaining memory at Kingsley Village talking about our new four year project – Creative Spaces in the Community. Please come and say hello, have a go at some activities and tell us what support you would like to see in your community. The event is free and there is no need to book. See you there!
One of our Sensory Trust projects, Creative Spaces are putting on a series of three free events to support people living with memory loss and dementia along with their families and carers. This is a fantastic opportunity to access information, support, and plenty of creative resources.