DEMENTIA FRIENDLY CINEMA
THE HYDE PARK PICTURE HOUSE
9th April 2018 · 2:00pm
The Hyde Park Picture House, 73 Brudenell Road, Leeds, LS6 1JD · Get directions
ORGANISED BY: The Hyde Park Picture House
Are any Caring Together members interested in attending this performance? If so let us know in advance if possible so that we are aware of numbers. A member of staff will be on hand during the film. Note: The toilets in the Hyde Park are not very accessible, are limited in size and require either climbing or descending stairs.
The 2nd in a season of matinees at the Picture House which have been designed to be inclusive to those living with dementia as well as family members and carers. It is rooted in the idea that a trip to the cinema is a powerful way for people to reconnect with memories.
Jailhouse Rock is an action packed musical drama, starring Elvis Presley as Vince Everett, who learns to play the guitar in prison and participates in a national TV show. The dance sequence in this film is considered by many to be Elvis Presley’s greatest moment on screen!
About Memory Matinees
Everyone is welcome to attend these events and tickets are free. You can simply turn up on the day and get a free ticket on arrival.
Lights will be raised slightly and the sound level will be slightly lower than normal. Free hot drinks will also be provided.
Our trained staff and volunteers will be on hand throughout but please note pastoral care is not provided. A friend, family member or carer must also attend if pastoral care is required.
Caring Together were recently contacted by Beth Cook, Health & Wellbeing Manager – Yorkshire Cricket Foundation who said;
‘I’m please to inform you that like last year, we will be providing tickets to certain YCCC Match Days this year! The first fixture this year takes place on Friday 20th April and is a County Championship game’.
This is a fantastic opportunity for members of Caring Together to attend Headingley Stadium to watch Yorkshire CCC playing at home, completely free of charge!
Due to limited availability on tickets this will work on a first come, first served basis, with the deadline being close of play Friday 13th April.
If you require any further information, please contact Beth on: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0113 203 3662
World Storytelling Day is a global celebration of the art of oral storytelling. It is celebrated every year on the March equinox, on (or near) the 20th March. Caring Together took part in this last Tuesday and it proved a success with members. Two extracts from local authors were used for this session and this stimulated other more informal stories.We all know and appreciate the importance of storytelling to children as a means of learning and entertainment but pre television and the internet age it was an important part of cultures worldwide for all ages.
Spring Time Tea
Little London Community Centre
Tea, Coffee and Homemade cakes
Traditional Irish Music, Quiz and Time for Tea Prize Draw
Thursday 29th March 2018
All monies raised help towards the work of Caring Together in the local community
Helen Beckett, Diabetes Nurse of Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust delivered a pre-diabetes awareness session yesterday for members and volunteers around Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. There will be another of these sessions arranged for later in the year . This will be held once again at the Little London Community Centre. Caring Together are also collaborating with the Diabetes Service in THE LEEDS PROGRAMME which is:
- A 3 week course for people who have a recent diagnosis of Diabetes or who want more information as to how to manage their diabetes
- an initiative that aims to increase knowledge and self management skills
Thursday 5th July 2018 2-4pm
Thursday 12th July 2018 2-4pm
Thursday 19th July 2018 2-4pm
Little London Community Centre
Please contact the office on 0113 2430298 if you are interested in attending either the next pre diabetes awareness session or the Leeds Programme course.so that we can add your names to the lists.
Due to improvements in the weather, the Diabetes Awareness Training session will go ahead as originally planned at the Little London Community Centre this afternoon. Thanks for bearing with us. We couldn’t be sure of the state of the roads and pavements when we cancelled this morning.
Caring Together joined other Neighborhood Networks at the annual Leeds University Tea Party yesterday. We were treated to food and music by the Jazz and Blues Society. Afterwards there was a raffle and we all played bingo. All in all, a great afternoon for everybody. Many thanks to the University for organising this and all of the students who helped out on the day.
The Caring Together office is open but all groups are cancelled for today. This includes the Diabetes Awareness Session. If you need assistance or advice please phone the office rather than popping in as the footpaths are fairly treacherous in places.
The Midweekers exercise class in action recently. If you, or anyone you know, is interested in attending one of our low impact classes, just call the office on 2430298. We always welcome new members.
…But for future reference
What is Woodhouse Moor parkrun?
It is a 5km run – it’s you against the clock.
When is it?
Every Saturday at 9:00am.
Where is it?
It’s run in Woodhouse Moor. See Course page for more details.
What does it cost to join in?
Nothing – it’s free! but please register before your first run. Only ever register with parkrun once. Don’t forget to bring a printed copy of your barcode (request a reminder). If you forget it, you won’t get a time.
How fast do I have to be?
We all run for our own enjoyment. Please come along and join in whatever your pace!
Woodhouse Moor parkrun needs you!
It is entirely organised by volunteers – email: email@example.com to help.
Every week we grab a post parkrun coffee at the Opposite Cafe (opposite the large white Leeds University Parkinson Building on Woodhouse Lane – please come and join us.