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Dementia Cafe in Gosforth now fortnightly

Silverline Memories are increasing the frequency of Gosforth's Dementia Cafe to fortnightly.  The next session will be on Monday July 14th from 1pm-3pm in the Community Room of St. Aidan's  Church, Brunton Park, Newcastle, NE3 5NF.

Anyone living with a diagnosis of Dementia is welcome to attend with a Carer.   Full details and dates of future sessions can be found here:

Newcastle's Information Now website has details of a range of places that older people can visit for good food in Newcastle. Some organisations offer special discounts for older people and others provide a tailored service such as lunch clubs where you can socialise with other like minded people.

The site has Lunch and Leisure Clubs, Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) lunch groups, Coffee Mornings, Tea Clubs, Dementia Cafes, Tea Dances, Tea Parties, Food and Friends.

Why not visit the site for more information and add your event if it's not already listed:

[Fully Booked] Working Together in Partnership and Collaboration 16th April, 9.30am-1pm - Komatsu, Birtley

Please note - this event is now fully booked
The request for places at this event has far exceeded the available physical space

Mental Health North East in partnership with BIG Assist are pleased to be hosting this half day event for infrastructure organisations and consortia in the North East of England to discuss how we can progress collaborative working in this region. This free event will give you an opportunity to reflect on how consortia work is progressing, assess potential difficulties and find potential solutions and actions of how to better work together.


  • Davinder Kaur, Assist Community Officer, Infrastructure Team, Big Assist
  • Brendan Hill, Chief Executive of Concern Group and Partner in NIC
  • Peter Faill, Corporate Procurement, Durham County Council
  • Neil Coulson, Consultant

Topics for discussion include:

  • Big Assist what it is, how it can help infrastructure organisations?
  • Why we need to look at different ways of working in North East?
  • Learning from what works
  • A Local Authority Perspective - What is happening in terms of consortia in your part of the NE?
  • How to involve the small voluntary organisations?
  • 3 ideas for improved working

For further information contact Lynne Hodgson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.%20">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Free Event but please note that non-attendance without 24 hours notice will result in a £35 penalty to cover administration costs.