Alzheimer’s Society Primrose Dementia Cafe In SE16

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Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Cafe, a fun, friendly and relaxed environment, where you can take part in lots of new and different activities, whilst meeting new people living with dementia in North Southwark

About the event

Alzheimer’s Society dementia cafés are for people with dementia, family members and carers. The Primrose Café is an informal but structured weekly group, where you will be able to meet and talk with other people affected by dementia in a social environment, as well as taking part in fun activities.




The organises often host regular talks by a variety of local services and organisations who promote safety and wellbeing. Dementia cafés provide useful information in a relaxed setting that gives the opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to ask questions and learn from the experiences of people in similar situations.

Refreshments will be included. For more information, click link below or call the local Alzheimer’s Society office at 0207 735 5850.

  Click here for for more information

Learn more about Alzheimer and other resources available here

  www.alzheimers.org.uk

Location and times

The Primrose Café takes place every Friday, between 11.00am – 13.00pm at Keetons Hall, 2 Tranton Road, Keetons Estate, SE16 4SE.

Nearest Underground Station: Bermondsey (Jubilee Line). Buses 47, 188, 381 and C10 stops in Jamaica Road

*Note: The Primrose Café will be closed on 14th, 21st and 28th December. Next Café will take place on Friday, 04.01.2019 and every subsequent Friday.

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