Our Westbury cafe meets on the second Thursday of each month for a buffet supper, a speaker or entertainment, and a chance to socialise with others 'in the same boat'. Professionals are on hand to discuss any aspect about living with dementia in an informal, friendly environment. 

The next café is 10th January 2019 - entertainment - The Bum Notes are a group of 9 chaps who sing acapella, songs include Beatles to Barbershop.

Dates for your diary

14th February: The Water Thieves sing 1930s close harmony jazz. They are Sarah Walters, Sophy Williams and Simon Taylor. The Boswell Sisters from New Orleans and their contemporaries have inspired the Water Thieves repertoire. Be prepared for unusual percussion, clarinet, guitar and, of course, three voices.  Sarah is the Warminster Art Group instructor and also volunteers at the Bradford on Avon Music group.

14th March: Angel City 3 - a vocal trio that specialise in songs from the West End and Cabaret. The singers individually have performed in London's West End including The Phantom of the Opera, City of Angels, the Olivier Awards, BBC Proms, as well as local community theatre groups around the Wiltshire area. This performance will include songs by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Jerome Kern, Stephen Sondheim and more.

Although the cafe is a drop-in event, it helps us to know numbers if possible, so please fill in the form below if you are interested in coming along so we can add you to our mailing list.

Location details: Grassacres Hall is accessed via the Methodist Church car park which is situated on the B3097 (Station Road BA13 3JL) we can use the car-park during the hours of the Cafe.


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