The Assembly House Trust was recently contacted by Dementia UK about getting involved in their ‘Time for a Cuppa’ event.
The Trust was extremely happy to support such a great cause, raising awareness and raising money for people with dementia and their carers.
The event featured a display of over 18,000 crocheted forget-me-not flowers, each representing one person in Norfolk facing dementia.
The Assembly House Trust worked with Richard Hughes and his team to provide tea, coffee and cake for the event.
The event also featured an Admiral Nurse Clinic, providing help and support to those with dementia and their carers.
Over the next few months The Assembly House Trust will be working with Dementia UK and other organisations to improve our accessibility to those with dementia.
For more information on ‘Time for a Cuppa’ visit www.dementiauk.org