MacIntyre Memories and Miles - Milton Keynes
Sunday, September 8th, 2019
After the success of last years event, join us for Memories and Miles event to help raise awareness of the impact of dementia and to meet people affected by dementia.
One mile, fully accessible and wheelchair, dementia friendly walk around Lodge Lake, Loughton. With a warm-up before the event and fun activities around the lake, this is a truly wonderful event bringing the community together, to support, raise awareness and remember those affected by Dementia or Memory loss and our MacIntyre Coffee Shop will be open serving Bacon rolls and hot and cold refreshments.
Every penny raised from our Memories and Miles events supports our monthly Memory Cafe's, applauded by Dementia UK and bringing not only the people that MacIntyre support, but the Community together.
Price: £5 incl goodie bag & medal, under 10's FREE
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Macintyre Great Holm
Haddons, Great Holm
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