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Memory groups

Memory Groups run in Trowbridge, Royal Wootton Bassett and Salisbury libraries every week and are aimed at people with memory loss, dementia and their carers.
Come along and relax whilst listening to stories and poems in a small friendly shared reading group. 
The sessions are free of charge, and refreshments are provided. The groups offer an enjoyable, relaxing opportunity to meet others and stimulate positive memories.

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Trowbridge Library, County Hall. BA14 8JNWednesday11:30am - 12:30pm
Royal Wootton Bassett Library, Borough Fields. SN4 7AXThursday11:00am - 12:00pm
Salisbury Library, Market Place. SP1 1BLThursday11:00am - 12:00pm*

*No meeting on third Thursday of the month

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  • Everyone listens to stories and poems read aloud by a facilitator
  • We share responses and memories if we want to
  • No-one is expected to read, unless you would like to
  • The stories and poems are a mix of traditional and new
  • The groups are small, friendly and stimulating with no pressure
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If you would like to try out shared reading just come along to any of the groups and see how you get on or for further information please contact:

Carolyn Kennedy,

Outreach Services Manager

Tel: 01225 713706 

email carolyn.kennedy@wiltshire.gov.uk

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Last updated: 1 March 2018 | Last reviewed: 1 March 2018