Ladies' lunch raises £3,000 for Dementia Awareness

Pictured are, centre, Irene Roocroft chairman of Bolton Ladies’ Fundraising Group with, left, Kathryn Williams and Sian Russell, both from Dementia Awareness.

Pictured are, centre, Irene Roocroft chairman of Bolton Ladies’ Fundraising Group with, left, Kathryn Williams and Sian Russell, both from Dementia Awareness.

First published in News

BOLTON Ladies’ Fundraising Group’s annual lunch at Rivington Barn proved a great success and boosted the charity Dementia Awareness by £3,000.

The event attracted 245 guests who enjoyed a meal, an entertaining fashion show by Bolton town centre store Beales, and a lively talk entitled For Better Or Worse by Father Michael Burgess.

The money will go to the charity’s Forgotten Conversations project to support carers of people with dementia.

Pictured are, centre, Irene Roocroft chairman of Bolton Ladies’ Fundraising Group with, left, Kathryn Williams and Sian Russell, both from Dementia Awareness.

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5:21pm Fri 2 May 14

Gore Seer says...

According To The BBC The Government As Instructed Doctors To Only Diagnose People Over 70 Years Of Age, Yet People Around 40 Get It, My Girlfriend Is 67 She As Dementia, Its A Problem Put On Me,Ho Boy This GOD Trusts Me, I Have To Get Her Blest Every Sunday, But Cant Get Her Diagnose,
According To The BBC The Government As Instructed Doctors To Only Diagnose People Over 70 Years Of Age, Yet People Around 40 Get It, My Girlfriend Is 67 She As Dementia, Its A Problem Put On Me,Ho Boy This GOD Trusts Me, I Have To Get Her Blest Every Sunday, But Cant Get Her Diagnose, Gore Seer
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