Denim4Dementia

15th October 2021, 10:47am | By Kelly Bundy |

This October Alzheimer’s Support is asking everyone to don their denims to support people living with dementia in Wiltshire. Getting involved couldn’t be simpler:

  • Pick any day in October, pull on your denim and ask family, friends and workmates to join in.
  • Make a donation to Alzheimer’s Support.
  • Share your photos using the hashtag #Denim4Dementia, and tagging @AlzheimersSupportWiltshire on Facebook and Instagram, and @AlzheimersSupp on Twitter

www.alzheimerswiltshire.org.uk/appeal/denim4dementia2021

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