We’re painting the library on Saturday 1 February, starting at 1000. We’re looking for anyone who’d like to help to get in touch.
If you can bring your own materials, fantastic – but some will be provided. Just wear comfortable old clothes.
We’ll provide tea, coffee and biscuits, and there will be a few laughs along the way.
To sign up, please send your full name, postcode and mobile number by email to firstname.lastname@example.org,uk and say you want to volunteer for painting duty. If you think you’re ever likely to do a shift in the library when it’s open, please also say so.
We are especially keen to hear from people who have experience of leading teams on physical activities like this – you’ll need humour, tact, patience and a firm demeanour! Please get in touch!
If you can’t paint, but would like to contribute, we have a wish list over at Amazon. Even if you’re not an Amazon fan, you can view the items there and buy from somewhere else, we don’t mind.
Brent CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group) are inviting people to participate in the on-going development of this work by joining the ‘Patient & Public Palliative Care Working Group’.
If any attendee at a Dementia Café or anyone you know would be interested in this they can:
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‘Aftercare & bereavement’-
3-6pm, 24th October 2019
, Museum of Brands – 111-117 Lancaster Road – London W11 1QT
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