Lee Valley Make 'Time for a Cuppa'

Lee Valley White Water Centre to host tea party to help raise funds for families facing Dementia

 

Make Time for a Cuppa and help families facing Dementia at Lee Valley White Water Centre on Monday 6 March. From 10:00 Lee Valley White Water Centre, located on Station Road, Waltham Cross, will be throwing a ‘Time for a Cuppa’ tea party to help raise funds for more much-needed Admiral Nurses, who are specialist dementia nurses.

Visitors will be invited to enjoy a hot drink and a slice of cake for £4 at The Terrace Bar & Café with £1 from every sale going to Dementia UK, a charity that offers specialist one-to-one support and expert advice for families living with dementia through their world-class Admiral Nurses.

Penny Butler, a Trustee from Age UK Hertfordshire – who will be looking after Dementia Services in Hertfordshire from 1 March - will also be present at the event to provide support, advice and information to families in the local area suffering from Dementia.

Kulvinder Sihota, Managing Director at Vibrant Partnerships, which manage and run Lee Valley White Water Centre, commented: “We’re pleased to announce that we will be holding a Time for a Cuppa tea party at Lee Valley White Water Centre this March to raise essential funds for Dementia UK. Admiral Nurses are vital specialists in the community who provide practical, clinical and emotional support directly to families living with dementia, so they don’t have to face it alone. We hope that our tea party will help raise awareness and money for Dementia UK to help them to create more Admiral Nurses for everyone who needs their vital expertise”.

Dr. Hilda Hayo, Chief Admiral Nurse at Dementia UK said: “We know that living with dementia can be a hard and lonely experience. Admiral Nurses work together with families to come up with the practical solutions they need to live more positively with dementia each and every day. Time for a Cuppa tea parties help us raise the essential funds to create more Admiral Nurses and we’re very grateful to everyone who holds one.”

There are currently 184 Admiral Nurses working across England, Scotland and Wales and Dementia UK’s target is to have 200 in place by the end of March 2017.

For more information, please visit www.gowhitewater.co.uk or call 03000 030 616.

Lee Valley Make 'Time for a Cuppa'

We know that living with dementia can be a hard and lonely experience. Admiral Nurses work together with families to come up with the practical solutions they need to live more positively with dementia each and every day. Time for a Cuppa tea parties help us raise the essential funds to create more Admiral Nurses and we’re very grateful to everyone who holds one.

Dr. Hilda Hayo, Chief Admiral Nurse at Dementia UK
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