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Yvonne Quigley is inviting everyone to a special tea party at the Ruth Winston Centre from 2pm to 4pm on Friday 31st March.

time for a cuppa march 2017

We are holding a fundraising tea party for Dementia UK to support their work with Admiral Nurses who are funded by them.  They carry out vital work with those who have dementia and those caring for them so we want to do our part to keep their work on going.
As more and more of our loved ones are being struck down with dementia we need to spread the word, promote the services in the borough and offer support.  We have a host of people attending to do just that, The Alzheimer's Society Support Worker, Enfield Carers Centre, Age UK Support services and our very own club leaders for our Memory Lane Café and Sing-a-Long.  We also have Janice Nunn, our dementia champion, who will be playing a game that will enable us all to be more aware of the effects of dementia.
Homemade sandwiches, scones and cakes from the wonderful 5* food and hygiene rated, fully trained Volunteers and support from local supermarkets, an entertainer throughout, we are looking to enjoy a great afternoon with so many people.  We appreciate your help in advertising this very important event, anyone is welcome and tickets are on sale now.
Best Wishes
Yvonne Quigley
Centre Manager
Ruth Winston Community Centre
190 Green Lanes, Palmers Green, London, N13 5UE
Tel: 0208 886 5346
Registered Charity No. 1057968 Company Ltd by guarantee 3168660

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