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Inspiration for those affected by dementia

Demfest is a free family event, open to anyone, but aimed at those living with dementia, their families and health professionals.


The day provides information, inspiration and innovation for those affected by dementia.

Visitors can expect live entertainment from Jayne Deer, with songs from the 1940s & 50s, Ross Cantrell, Cinnamon Jazz and The Homing. There will be a range of activities to participate in, including Hortic Therapy, reminiscence, aromatherapy, cheerleading and many more.


Numerous information stands will be on hand with representatives talking about the support and advice they can offer those living with a dementia or affected by it including Dementia Advice Service, Admiral Nurses, Southampton Hospital, Hampshire Library Service. The event will also feature Andrew Knights, Unlocking Memories workshop and much more.


The Romsey Dementia Action Group, who organise the event, are pleased to announce ex-Saints Manager Lawrie McMenemy MBE and Caroline Nokes MP will be opening the event at 11.15am.


Demfest takes place on Sunday 7th July at Sir Harold Hillier Gardens in Romsey. For further information visit: www.romdag.co.uk.



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