Easingwold’s 2nd memory walk in aid of Alzheimer’s Society!

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North Yorkshire’s health and adult services Hambleton South Team based in Easingwold, are coming together to organise a second memory work around Easingwold in aid of the Alzheimer’s society!

Last year we completed a 2.6km walk around Easingwold centre and raised more than £600 to help benefit people living with dementia and their carers in our community! We would like to thank all of your support and our aim this year is to raise even more this year to help support even more people!

As a team we work with a lot of people who live with dementia and their carers. There are more people living at home with dementia with their family than ever before. By increasing awareness about dementia, together we will be building a strong community.

Our aim is to raise awareness of people living well with dementia and promote a dementia friendly community.

We will be completing our second walk that will be mostly wheelchair and push chair accessible so everyone can be involved! (Pets included)

There will be various activities on site including stalls, a bouncy castle and tombolas, as well as teas, coffee and cakes available.

All funds raised from this event will be donated to Alzheimer’s Society. Alzheimer’s Society is the UK’s leading dementia support and research charity. The Society’s mission is to transform the landscape of dementia forever. Until the day we find a cure, the Society will strive to create a society where those affected by dementia are supported and accepted, able to live in their community without fear or prejudice. For more information about the Society’s work and the support that can be accessed in the local area, please visit: http://www.alzheimers.org.uk/

The memory walk will take place on the 8th of September 2019 with a start time of 10:00am so make sure you put it in your diaries!

Come join our walk for Just £2 per Walker! Don’t fancy a walk? Well there’s still plenty of games and other things going on to keep the whole family entertained!

Not to mention, our walk is going to be opened by Peter Wright the Yorkshire Vet!


How long is the walk and is it accessible?

The walls roughly 2.6km long and is accessible for push chairs and wheelchair. You don’t just have to do the walk!

Is there toilets on site?

There are toilets at the Galtres centre and this is where we start and end the walk. There are also toilets in the market place which can be used. There are no toilets around the length of the walk.

What else is happening on the day?

Alsorts! As well as the memory walk we will have lots of things to do on the day, including a huge bouncy castle pnst course, inflatable darts, tin can alley, hook a duck, ring toss and so much more!

There‘s also refreshments that can be purchased and a Tombola and Raffle and stalls will also be happening.

All our prizes have been kindly donated by local businesses to support the Alzheimer’s society and to help us raise awareness and funds for dementia.

Can I bring my dog on the walk?

Well behaved dogs are welcome! They will have to remain on their leads throught the walk.

How much does it cost to enter the walk?

Just £2 per walker, please purchase a ticket here so we can sign you in on the day.

How much is games?

All games are just 50p per go and they all have prizes.

How much is the bouncy castle?

Just a £1 a go!

Where can I get sponser forms from?

You can download the form from our Facebook page or come to the 2nd floor of Crayke House on the business park to collect one Monday to Friday 9-5pm.

We hope to leave some in the Galtres centre reception soon also - keep checking our Facebook page for updates!

I can’t make it on the day, can I still donate?

Of course! You can donate on our JustGiving page, just click the link below - https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/easingwold-memory-walk And you can donate on the day.

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