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Age UK Enfield has launched a new project called the Memory Club.

The group aims to offer meaningful activities and social interaction for people with Dementia and their carers. Age UK Memory Care Navigators will be available for carers to use to access support and advice.

The Memory Club runs every Friday (except the last in the month) 11am-1pm at St Peter’s Church Hall, Vera Avenue, Grange Park, N21 1DN. Grange Park station and the W9 bus stops nearby. There are parking restrictions from 10-11am.

The service will be officially launching on Friday 9 February, 11am – 1pm. The Mayor Christine Hamilton will be opening the club and there will be entertainment. Refreshments and nibbles will be provided.

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