Dementia Action Week - Woking 22nd 23rd 24th & 25th May 2018

Dementia Action Week - Woking 22nd 23rd 24th & 25th May 2018

All events and activities free of charge exceptwhere otherwise stated.


Dementia Football Friends

10.30am – 12.30pm, Woking Football Club,

Kingfield, Woking GU22 9AA

Supported by Woking Football Club

Rekindle your passion for football with ball skills,

Boccia and seated exercise followed by a tour of

the club including trophy cabinets and finishing

with entertainment and light refreshments.

Call 01483 772470 or email

Coffee afternoon with Forget-Me-Not Café

2pm – 4pm, Brockhill, Clifton Way, Goldsworth

Park, Woking GU21 3NE

Supported by Home Instead

Pop in and enjoy a brew and a slice of cake with



Teddy Bears Picnic

10am – 4pm, West Hall Care Home, Off Parvis

Road, West Byfleet KT14 6EY

Supported by Anchor Care Homes

Bring along your own picnic and enjoy the

grounds at West Hall. Entertainment and treats

provided! All of the family are welcome. Call

01932 338000 for more information.

Tea Dance

2pm – 5pm, Parkview, Off Blackmore Crescent,

Sheerwater GU21 5NZ

Supported by New Vision Homes

Join us for an afternoon of dance, live

entertainment and refreshments. Transport

available. Tickets are £5 per person and are

available by calling 01483 743987.


Dementia Experience - step into the shoes

of someone with dementia

11am – 3pm, Christ Church, Jubilee Square,

Woking GU21 6YG

Supported by Woking Borough Council

See, feel and understand what it is like for

someone living with dementia through the use of

special equipment. Call 01483 743811 or email

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