Volunteer at the Memory Shed

20th May 2022, 11:50am | By Stephany Bardzil |

Corsham Memory Shed meets every Wednesday afternoon to support men and women living with dementia to get involved in practical projects. We need more volunteers to support members so if you enjoy woodworking and are confident using tools, please get in touch. The group is run by Alzheimer’s Support and the Men’s Shed at the Pockley and Pockeridge Community Centre and is a wonderfully uplifting way to spend an afternoon!

More info at www.alzheimerswiltshire.org.uk/activities-memory-shed

 

 

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