Forget me not dementia café opens its door at Bramwell care home
In a heartwarming endeavour to support the community, Bramwell care home proudly announced the grand opening of their Forget me not Dementia Café. This compassionate initiative is set to provide a warm, welcoming space for those living with dementia, their families, carers and industry professionals.
The opening of the Café took place on Wednesday the 4th October between 14:30 and 16:00.
Attendees were greeted with a complimentary tea or coffee, accompanied by delicious cakes. This inviting atmosphere aimed to foster connections, share experiences, and offer valuable support.
As part of the grand opening, a special guest speaker took part at the local dementia café to provide useful insights into dementia care.
The care home also received a visit from the local Mayor, Teresa Cullen, who took the time to greet residents and families at this significant community event.
In a touching gesture, Bramwell care home residents planted bulbs in the garden to mark this special occasion. As these blooms emerge, they will serve as a reminder of the day when the forget-me-not dementia café first opened its doors.
This occasion is not a one-time only event; it is a monthly commitment, open on the first Wednesday of each month, providing a consistent source of support and guidance for the local community.
Bramwell care home extended a warm invitation to all in the community to join them on October the 4th for an afternoon of connection and experiences.
For further information, please contact Sue Estcourt, Customer Relations Manager at Bramwell care home. You can reach her by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 07741 352354.
For more information on Bramwell, please visit: https://www.runwoodhomes.co.uk/care-homes/care-homes-nottinghamshire/care-homes-nottingham/bramwell-care-home-bramcote
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