Cake Concert, Dementia Friendly

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The BSO Teatime Trio will be holding a Dementia Friendly Concert at St Mary's Church, Ferndown BH22 9EU on Friday 27 September from 2.30 — 4.00 pm.

This event is specifically designed for people living with dementia and their carers, in a relaxed atmosphere, with plenty of time for conversation, cake and a concert of well-known classical music.
This follows on from the successful concert sponsored by the Wimborne and Ferndown Dementia Friendly Communities on 5 April 2019 at Wimborne Methodist Church. These concerts are part of the BSO's BOOST activities which focus on health and well-being through music.
Please contact 01202 872050 for more details and to register your interest

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