St Matthew’s Church and a Sanctuary Care home in Bilston are inviting people from the local community to a café which promotes living well and is dementia friendly.
With a warm welcome, St Matthew’s Church will be throwing open the doors on each second Thursday of the month from 2pm to 4pm to host the Living Well Café.
On Thursday 8 February, there will be a host of fantastic companies at the official re-launch of the café including Ring & Ride, WV Active, Mindful Gifts, who will be on hand to offer information and advice.
Supporting St Matthew’s Church, the specialist team at East Park Court Residential Care Home, which provides residential and residential dementia care, will also be available to provide guidance, support and answer any questions.
Sanctuary Care’s Customer Relations Manager for the Midlands, Shelley Hufton said: “We are really looking forward to welcoming people to our Living Well Café at St. Matthew’s.
“It’ll be a great opportunity for people from the local community to meet with new and familiar faces, be privy to a host of information from some wonderful companies, and enjoy a scrumptious afternoon tea!”
The address for those wishing to attend is St Matthew’s Church Hall, East Park Way, Wolverhampton WV1 2DN.
For more information please call the team at East Park Court Residential Care Home on 01902 494 525 or Revd. Matt Hird on 01902 471 889.