Please press here to follow the Google Drive link to access a live recording from our Dementia-Friendly Church event that took place at Westbury-On-Trym Baptist Church on Friday 18th May.
Here are a selection of photos from the day of the event.
Please click here to download the Dementia-Friendly Church Resource Pack.
Celebrate Bristol Walk Fest (BWF) 2018 this May, with over 150 walks and events across the city. The month-long festival is the UK’s largest urban celebration of walking and offers everyone the chance to join a local walk and discover more of Bristol.
BWF is now in its sixth successful year, the city’s month-long celebration offers a full programme of walks and events, themed around: Art and Creativity; Education and Learning; Health and Wellbeing; History and Architecture; Nature and Wildlife and Walking Sport. Pick up a programme from your local library or from the Bristol Tourist Information Centre.
BDAA will lead an easy “Walk and Reminisce” suitable for people living with dementia and their carers on Saturday 12th May from 10.00. – 11.00. Meet in the SS Great Britain car-park. Suitable for wheelchair users, but everybody is welcome..
For full details of all walks visit: www.bristolwalkfest.com
Filton Sports & Leisure Centre every Friday from 11am-12pm during term times.
Tea & coffee available between 12-1pm.
One of our volunteers, Luke Allsop, is running the Tough Mudder 5K in London this coming Friday 24th March. He is kindly raising money for the BDAA so it would be much appreciated if you could donate what you can.
Great to be part of the Blue Monday Event at The Galleries in Bristol last Monday. Good contacts made with other charities and organisations, as well as listening to people living with dementia.
Here are a selection of photographs taken at the event in The Galleries. Photographer Paul Blakemore
Thanks again to Mel, Anne, Emma and Chris for running the stall.