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Bright Memories, Brightlife

Weekly outdoor activities have been set up in Winsford as part of the new ‘Bright Memories’ service which focuses on getting people with dementia and their carers more involved in outdoor services, art activities and to help to enable communities to become more dementia inclusive.

Kate Bibby from Age UK Cheshire is working with Chris Moseley, the Natural Health Service Ranger, to lead weekly walks starting at Station Café, on Whitegate Way.

The walks should last no longer than two hours, with shorter routes available, and an opportunity to have an optional drink in the café at the end.

Bright Memories are looking for people to attend, or volunteers to help to lead the walks and we would encourage you to contact Kate Bibby if you are interested or have any questions.

Weekly walk meeting at 10am on Monday mornings (except for bank holidays) at Station Cafe, Clay Lane, Marton CW7 2QE.

Bi-monthly Caldy walk.  From Caldy Valley Nature Park, Caldy Valley Road CH3 6DS at 10am on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month. 

Bi-monthly Handbridge walk. From Handbridge St Mary-without-the-walls, Overleigh Road, Handbridge at 1pm on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month.

Weekly walk with Vintage Blacon.  Meeting at the United Reform Church, Saughall Road Blacon CH1 5ET at 10.30am on Thursdays.

Weekly touchtennis at 2pm on Mondays (except for bank holidays)  at Hoole Tennis Club, School Lane, Mickle, Trafford CH2 4EF.  First session free, £3 per session thereafter - includes tea/coffee.

Monthly golf at 1pm on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at Westminster Park Golf Club, Westminster Park CH4 8JQ.  £5 per session. 

Bright Memories is a Brightlife funded project to help improve the lives of people living with dementia and their carers in Cheshire West and Chester.  Working in a unique partnership, Bright Memories is delivered by Cheshire Warrington and Carers Trust, Age UK Cheshire and Alzheimer's Society.  

Who to contact

07747 011548
Bright Memories

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