Memory Lane Cafe
Memory Lane Cafe is a local community group established to provide support for people affected by dementia, other memory problems, and isolation. There are regular cafes in Sowerby Bridge (St. Paul’s Church) and in Halifax (Maurice Jagger Centre). They offer a varied programme of games, crafts, information, support, cakes and conversation.
The cafe is run by volunteers and the cafe team run craft sessions, play games, serve refreshments, provide information, support & chat.
Forthcoming cafe dates are;
Sowerby Bridge (1.30-4pm)
- May 11th and 25th
- June 8th and 22nd
- July 13th and 27th
Halifax (2-4 pm)
- May 1st and 15th
- June 5th and 10th
- July 3rd and 17th
For more information please call the Cafe Coordinator (June) on 01422 706373 or 07920 549131 or email email@example.com
The newsletter has articles about Dementia Action Day, the Looking Out for Neighbours Campaign, Artists at Memory Lane, visiting a concert at Victoria Theatre, a narrowboat trip, musical bingo and much more. To see the full newsletter download it here.
The Sowerby Bridge Christmas lights switch on will take place outside the Village restaurant on Friday 7 December, 6:00pm. Festivities will start at 5:00pm, so join the Memory Lane Café for some mulled wine , and carols round the tree. All welcome!
Earlier this month, Memory Lane Cafe was presented with their Quality For Health award after successfully completing Foundation Level. Memory Lane Cafe is run by June and Chris Harvey and supported by a team of volunteers. The group was set up to support those living with dementia, other forms of memory loss or isolation in Sowerby Bridge, Halifax and the surrounding areas.
The cafes are open in Sowerby Bridge (2nd & 4th Saturday of each month between 1:30pm and 4:00pm in St. Paul’s Methodist Church) and in Halifax (1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month between 2:00pm and 4:00pm in Maurice Jagger Centre).
Paul Mansley, Chair of Memory Lane Cafe said:
“It’s great to have an objective assessment of what we do and the benefits that we bring to our members.”
Dipika Kaushal, CEO of VAC who presented the team with the award, said:
“Seeing more and more organisations demonstrating the quality of their services through Quality For Health is fantastic. Well done to the team at Memory Lane Cafe – this award is thoroughly deserved and the importance of your services to the community is clear to see.”
To find out more about Memory Lane Cafe, please visit their website http://memorylane.yolasite.com/ or call 07920 549131.
Memory Lane Cafe have a pop-up Christmas Shop again. This year the shop will be running from Monday 11 December to Saturday 16 December in the Market Arcade where the Upstairs, Downstairs Cafe used to be.
There will be hand made presents as well as lots more happening with Father Christmas, tombola, games and refreshments. See more by clicking on the poster to the right.
For more information call June on 01422 706373 / 07920 549131 or email firstname.lastname@example.org