Bricket Wood Social Club holding event for Kingfisher dementia club

PUBLISHED: 12:00 22 July 2018

Bricket Wood Social Club on Oak Avenue. Picture: Google.

Bricket Wood Social Club on Oak Avenue. Picture: Google.

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Bricket Wood Social Club is holding a host of activities to raise money for dementia sufferers.

The club is holding a charity event from 2pm on Saturday, September 8 at their Oak Avenue club house, with a bric-a-brac stall, raffle, tombola, auction, live music, children’s entertainment and face-painting games.

The intention is to raise money for the Kingfisher club, which supports both young and old people who suffer from dementia.

The club offers activities to help their members, which include food tasting, information sessions, poetry readings, sing-a-long sessions, debates, quizzes and crafts and carpentry.

To find out more about the Kingfisher club, visit www.hertsindependentliving.org/dementia-fun-clubs


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