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Seymour Sensory Garden Opening

Published on 09 July 2018 03:39 PM

Join us on Friday 13th July 2018, 11:30am to 1:30pm for the official opening of Age UK Birmingham Seymour Dementia Centre sensory garden.

Kay Alexander MBE, Patron of Age UK Birmingham, will be present at the Seymour Dementia Day Centre at 34 South Parade, Sutton Coldfield  to open our new sensory garden. This will be her first event as Patron.

These facilities have been funded with a major grant from Sutton Coldfield Charitable Trust, and support has been given by other companies including Acorn Environmental Management Group, Amey, Clothworkers Foundation, Marks & Spencer, Pacific Nurseries, Vodaphone, Volunteering Matters and WSP.

The Centre offers a day of care, activities and fun for our clients, whilst providing Carers with a much needed break.

Open from Monday to Friday, a fleet of minibuses transports people from their home to the centre where they can have breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea, before being taken home again.

Local civic dignitaries will be invited along with carers. Light lunch will be provided.

For further details, and to request a place contact Gemma Hollyoake, Centre Manager Age UK Birmingham at dementia.services@ageukbirmingham.org.uk or telephone 0121 437 0033.

Age UK Birmignham CEo with Patron Kay Alexander