We’d love to hear what you think
Here are some photos from the preview evening to tempt you…
Our Spring newsletter is now available to read on our website or download, whichever you prefer.
Coffee Morning dates for your diary:
Art Exhibition and Dementia Awareness Week
Dementia Support South Lincs Art Exhibition at Stamford Arts Centre, St Mary’s Street, Stamford PE9 2DL – 15 – 20 May 2018
Dementia Support South Lincs presents a showcase of Support Services and an exhibition of artwork by members living with dementia and their carers.
15 – 20 May 2018 at Stamford Arts Centre, St Mary’s Street, Stamford PE9 2DL
Do come and see us at Stamford Arts Centre.
Please do share with your friends and family on social media.
Lots of fun at Art for All yesterday making sunflowers for our Dementia Awareness Week exhibition in Stamford – thank you Eve Marshall, Artisan Felter & Teacher
Are you up for the Dementia Support South Lincs Sunflower Challenge this year?
Won’t be long now – are you up for the Sunflower Challenge again this year?
Seeds will be sent out in our Spring newsletter which will be dropping through your door after Easter. If you’re not on our mailing list and would like to take part and try to raise a bit of money for Dementia Support South Lincs, send a message ASAP.
Save the date! – 14th to 21st May 2018
Members of Art for All are hard at work preparing for our Dementia Awareness Week exhibition at Stamford Arts Centre
save the date! – 14th to 21st May 2018
Lots of activities on offer including sessions of art, tai chi, singing and a Lego workshop lead by Square Holers.
Lots more information to come but here’s hoping you’ll be able to join us 🌻
What a great afternoon! Dementia Support South Lincs certainly know how to throw a party!
BIG THANKS to the team who made it all possible (you know who you are) and to Sue, Chris and Norma at the Danish Invader who produced a spread fit for royalty – FREE!!!
Here are a few photos. Do visit our facebook page to see more
We would like to thank Diocese of Lincoln for mentioning Square Hole Club’s Ploughman’s Lunch at church of St James the Great in Aslackby.
Read More on their website: Church in Aslackby extends warm welcome – Dementia-friendly church hosts ploughman’s lunch
You can follow also follow them on twitter @CofELincoln
— Diocese of Lincoln (@CofELincoln) 11 September 2017
Thanks to everyone who has sent in such beautiful and amusing photos of their sunflowers – here is a small selection.
Now we need to know the height of your tallest. From what we’ve heard, this year’s growth hasn’t been as good as last year when Wayne’s grew to over 14 feet and the head of Len’s was 18 inches across.
We have started receiving some of your sponsorship money too which is gratefully received and will all go to continue the daily work of Dementia Support South Lincs.
We had Afternoon Tea at Grimsthorpe Castle, courtesy of Ray Biggs.
Here are a few photos of our trip today, shame it was cloudy and a little wet but it did dry up a little bit to allow us a gentle stroll around these beautiful gardens. The weather certainly didn’t dampen our spirits and a good time was had by all 😊