The Memory Café is intended for people who are living with memory loss and for their carers. There will be a varied programme ranging from crafts, object-handling, speakers, games and nostalgia activities. The Museum Railway Buffet – with its 1930s décor – will be the venue. The café will take place outside normal Museum opening hours, meaning that it will be a calm, reassuring and safe environment for all visitors. There is no charge but the museum would appreciate all donations.
It will be held on the third Friday of the month starting at 10.30am and finishing at 12 noon. The first café will be on Friday May 17th.
To ensure we can safeguard visitors, we will have to collect some basic contact details in case of emergencies, but also to be able to stay in contact and give you reminders of the next café.
Please note there are some provisions we are not able to meet at the café:
-Personal care – a Museum volunteer cannot assist with medication, washing, dressing or going to the toilet
-A counselling service
-Services offered by social workers, solicitors, financial experts or other specialist professionals.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE INTERESTED:
Please contact the museum, either by phone, 01761 437722, email firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively call in during normal opening hours.
We have Information Sheets available to take away or you can download the document HERE
Please leave your own name, your carer’s name and a contact number to reserve a place.
Radstock Museum Memory Cafe is supported by The Alzheimers Society.