Tenby Memory Cafe, which offers sociable get-togethers for people living with dementia, together with their carers, is making a welcome return in a new venue.

From Wednesday October 27, the cafe will be holding its regular meetings again in the Giltar Hotel on The Esplanade, and looks forward to see the many guests who attended before March 2020, as well as new faces.

A spokesperson for Tenby Memory Cafe said:

“We hope that we will also be welcoming new guests and their carers to our sociable group and that everyone will enjoy the fellowship and friendship of a warm and caring crowd in the heart of Tenby.”

“Dates have been booked from October onwards, though there will not be a meeting in December. We meet at 2pm and the access for all of us, able bodied or otherwise, is first class.

“Do come along to meet our many friendly faces and you will be assured of a warm and supportive welcome.”

Welcoming the return of the Tenby Memory Cafe, the group’s PAVS Community Connector, Cherry Evans, said:

“The cafe will provide an opportunity for people living with dementia, to socialise in a safe and friendly environment.

“The lockdown has been particularly difficult for people living with dementia, causing isolation and loneliness. The lockdown also prevented people getting out and about and has had a negative impact on their communication skills, mobility, and loss of confidence.

“Attending the cafe will enable to people to regain their confidence and will be a positive step forward in the recovery from the Covid pandemic.”

For more information, email memorycafetenby@outlook.com or Cherry Evans on 07849 086009 or cherry.evans@pavs.org.uk.