We need your help - and your money!

Opening a dementia centre in Warminster has been a dream of ours for many years. 

When we found The Old Silk Works in Beech Avenue we knew our long search for the perfect building was over. The first floor of this beautiful building offers everything we need, and will provide a base for our dementia services in Warminster and surrounding villages.

Renovating and equipping the Victorian building will cost £90,000. We are leaving no stone unturned to raise funds and are approaching trusts, foundations and companies - but we also need the support of you - the community.  As well as building costs we need furniture, doors, heaters, kitchen equipment, craft materials, tables, storage, art equipment, games... and the list goes on. Every penny you can raise will make the centre a better place.  


Thanks to everyone who has helped so far

So far we have raised £73,911!  Click to see latest donations and pledges of support. 

How you can help 

You can simply make a donation to help us meet our fundraising target.

Or donate an item. We are looking for specific items to equip the new building - from games and activities to kitchen equipment. See our wishlist.

Why not do something fun to raise money. Anything from a coffee morning to jumping out of a plane can raise much needed funds. We have lots of ideas to get you started

If you are doing your own event, you can set up your own fundraising page to share with family and friends and their donations will come direct to us.  

Set up your Warminster Day Club fundraising page

Help people like Anita to live well with dementia.

Anita loves a cuddle with dementia dog Dottie.




Brian thumbs up

Brian, who lives in Warminster, will be one of the first to benefit from The Old Silk Works.

He said: "I visited the club in Trowbridge and it was super. It is the sort of place where you can get your mind back. There wasn't room for me there so we need a club like this in Warminster as soon as possible."    
Read Brian's story

June will be among the first to attend the new day club.

Her husband Ken: "June enjoys herself the most when meeting new people and I know The Old Silk Works will be a great place for that.”
Read June's story