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Memory Cafe – EXTRA

Memory Cafe – EXTRA

Memory Cafe EXTRA is an extra session to support those living with dementia and their carers. This extra session is for new families to reduce the demand on this service. It is held every 1st Wednesday of the month from 1.30pm – 3.30pm at The Church Rooms, St James’ Church in Wetherby. Referral only –…

Wetherby charity Memory Café marks major national week of action

Wetherby charity Memory Café marks major national week of action

A vital Wetherby lifeline for those living with dementia and their carers is preparing to mark a major national landmark. The Wetherby in Support of the Elderly (WiSE) Memory Café opened its doors earlier this year and has already helped dozens of people affected by memory loss. Now those behind the café want to use…

Memory Café

Memory Café

Our Memory Cafe supports those living with dementia and their carers by providing an appropriate setting to focus on clients’ wellbeing. The sessions are facilitated by a trained staff member, alongside WiSE’s volunteers. Support and advice is also offered to family carers to assist them in their day-to-day continuing and challenging caring role. The café…

WiSE seeks volunteers to launch new memory café for Wetherby

WiSE seeks volunteers to launch new memory café for Wetherby

Wetherby in Support of the Elderly (WiSE) is appealing for kind-hearted residents with time on their hands to help it launch a brand new memory café. WiSE wants volunteers willing to spare six hours a month to help those living with dementia when its twice-a-month meet-up gets under way in the New Year. The café…

Wetherby dementia café seeks lead to relaunch vital charity support hub

Wetherby dementia café seeks lead to relaunch vital charity support hub

A vital support café for those living with dementia and their carers is to relaunch in Wetherby- and now Wetherby in Support of the Elderly (WiSE) is looking for the right person to lead its work. WiSE says it plans to open its dementia cafe in the coming months, but first needs a part-time dementia…

Wetherby woman’s tombola mission to thank WiSE for dad’s dementia support

Wetherby woman’s tombola mission to thank WiSE for dad’s dementia support

A Wetherby woman’s tombola marathon will raise money for older people as a thank you for her dad’s dementia support. Adele Fairburn plans to run tombolas at her 15 Bee Crafty Markets throughout the year to boost funds for Wetherby in Support of the Elderly (WiSE). The charity hosts a memory café which Adele says…

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activities

Our Activities Activities Timetable For a full list of our activities, visit http://w-ise.org.uk/calendar/ Monthly activities timetable Click on the pdf to view our full activities list for June. If you would like to receive a printed copy of our activities schedule each month,please contact activities@w-ise.org.uk with your contact details. WiSE Owl Café Open every Tuesday,…

WiSE’s volunteer call as plans afoot for return of face-to-face work

WiSE’s volunteer call as plans afoot for return of face-to-face work

Wetherby in Support of the Elderly’s longest serving volunteer has backed calls for more people to come forward to support its work, as plans to restore core services for older people gather pace. WiSE says it wants more people like Jacqueline Heseltine to consider volunteering with them as it plans to reintroduce some face-to-face activities,…

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ABOUT US Where We Work What We Do We offer services to improve the quality of life for over 60s in Wetherby and surrounding villages. We were founded in 2003 and are a registered charity organisation, part funded by Leeds City Council. Our services include: Our social activities include: For more information about what we…

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