A huge thank you to the incredible team at Waitrose for voting for RomDAG to have a token slot at the store in Romsey for the month of May.
When you pop in to Waitrose for your shop, be sure to place your green tokens in the Community Matters box for RomDAG & the work that we do.
Thank you to all for your support.
Alongside all of our wonderful activities across the Romsey area, the library are also putting on a coffee morning & drop in on 15th May 10-12 and a Dementia Friends awareness session on 19th May 2-3.
Thank you to all the staff at the library for your support in raising awareness of dementia.
For more information about the Dementia Awareness Session download the flyer here: Romsey Library Dementia Awareness Training Poster A4
For more information about the coffee morning download the flyer here: Romsey Library Alzheimers Coffee Morning A4 Poster 2017
We at the Romsey Dementia Action Group (RomDAG) would like to say a huge congratulations and thank you to Kay & Terry. Kay & Terry were married on 18th March and generously chose to donate money from their wedding guests to RomDAG.
RomDAG is a volunteer led group aimed at promoting awareness and understanding of dementia across the community of Romsey. We hold regular activity groups for people living with dementia, dementia awareness sessions to promote understanding of dementia and host an annual dementia festival, Demfest, for our community to come together for music, activities and information in the name of those living with dementia. Demfest this year will be at Sir Harold Hillier Gardens on the 10th September 2017.
Kay & Terry donated the money to RomDAG to help support us to continue to provide the activity groups and Demfest. They chose our charity as a local group for dementia in honour of Terry’s first wife, Cynthia, who passed away from dementia in June 2010. Cynthia was a Romsey girl who was married to Terry for 44 years. Terry cared for Cynthia at home for 4 years before she moved to Thatchbury Manor care home for a further 4 years. Kay has been a family friend to Cynthia & Terry for 40 years & 4 years ago, Kay & Terry became partners and married in March this year.
We are so grateful to Kay & Terry for their wonderful donation and hope to do them proud with our ongoing activities. We would also like to wish them much love and happiness in their life together.
This year, Dementia Awareness week is 14th-20th May 2017.
Dementia Awareness Week is a National initiative aimed at raising awareness & understanding of dementia.
At RomDAG, we have organised a number of activities & events to get involved with during Dementia Awareness Week including:
- Eileen’s exercise class
- Memory walks
- Market stalls
- Table tennis club
- Puzzle & games drop in
- Dementia Friends sessions
- Arts&Crafts drop in
Come along and get involved.
Download our flyer with all the information here: DAW FLYER
We will be attending the Romsey Opportunity Group Fundraising Day.
Come along and chat with us about our activities, enjoy cakes, crafts & entertainment.
10:00 – 14:00 at Crosfield Hall, Romsey
& evening entertainment from 19:30 onwards with a quiz, fish & chips & a silent auction. Bring your own drinks all for just £10.
Further information from:
Sue Fisher at firstname.lastname@example.org 02380 733321
Flyer for May 6th Charity fair
Pamela & Greenbuttercup CIC would like to invite you to a free taster session for the arts & crafts group during Dementia Awareness Week:
DEMENTIA AWARENESS WEEK
As part of Romsey Dementia Action Group’s programme of events for Dementia Awareness Week (15-21 May, 2017), there will be an extra FREE Arts & Crafts session on:
Friday, May 19th, 2017
when we will be making things for display at Romsey Festival in July. This will be drop-in session for anyone who is interested in finding out what we do. Everyone is welcome to come and have a chat, coffee or try the activity. It will be held at the usual place and time. Visitors can call in at any time and are welcome to stay as long as they wish.
We look forward to seeing you.
Further information can be obtained from Pamela@shadow26.plus.com or 01794 501605.
Other activities during the week include: information stalls, memory walks, exercise class, table tennis, and a Dementia Friends session. For information about other activities available in Romsey and District during Dementia Awareness Week, please go to www.ROMDAG.co.uk
The flyer is attached here: Art & Crafts Flyer
Pamela & Greenbuttercup CIC, in conjunction with RomDAG would like to let you know what is in store at the Arts & Crafts group over the next few months.
The group meets every first Friday of the month, 10:30-12:30 in the Green Room at the Plaza Theatre in Romsey.
The first session is free and then £3 per person thereafter.
Friday, May 5th ‘Glass Painting’
Friday, June 2nd ‘Mosaic Pot for the Garden’
Friday, July 7th ‘Weaving’ with guest artist Sara Rinaldi
Friday, August 4th ‘Clay Tiles’
Friday, September 8th ‘Model Making/Painting’
Any queries please contact: Pamela@shadow26.plus.com or 01794 501605.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Further information in the flyer attached:
Art & Crafts Flyer
Join us for the launch of our Romsey Memory Walks.
The launch will take place during Dementia Awareness Week (24th-20th May).
We will be starting at Marie Louise House, Newton Lane, Romsey (there is parking available at the rear) and make our way around Romsey’s best places of interest including: the Abbey, Memorial Park & King Johns House. We will conclude our short walk with hot drinks & biscuits & the opportunity for a chat.
It should be a lovely day out & we look forward to seeing you there at 10:30 on 15th May 2017.
From the launch date, the memory walks will be held every first & third Monday of the month.
For further information: call – 07899 664209 or email – email@example.com
Romsey Memory Walk 2017 Flyer & further information
Welcome to all the latest updates & news from the Romsey Dementia Action Group. On this, our new blog, you will find information about our activity groups, our plans for Dementia Awareness Week and information regarding Demfest 2017.