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We're holding a dementia walk and free dementia session in Dunholme

We are holding a dementia walk around Dunholme on Friday 27 October. There will also be a free dementia session after the walk, which will take place at Dunholme Old School on Market Rasen Road.

The walk will start at Dunholme Old School at 10am and the route will take walkers around the village for around one hour.

Walkers are then welcome back to Dunholme Old School where there will be free refreshments and a dementia session hosted by Acis’ own dementia champion. These sessions help people to learn more about dementia and how people can help to create dementia friendly communities.

Claire Tunstall, Acis’ Customer Engagement Coordinator said: “These walks give people the chance to get outside and view their communities. At Acis we want to do more to provide support for those suffering with dementia. Holding these walks and providing free sessions give people the opportunity to learn more about dementia and how they can support those suffering with it.”

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