Tenby Memory Café meets again for first time this year

By Paul Evans   |   Content editor   |
Monday 7th February 2022 11:23 pm
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On a beautifully sunny Wednesday recently, Tenby Memory Café was held at the Giltar Hotel for the first time this year. It was great to meet up with guests and carers in the suite of warm and comfortable rooms provided by the hotel. An hilarious beetle drive was the activity of the day, most efficiently won by Vron, with an impressive score of 211 after six games! It was unfortunate that some members of the group were unwell and unable to attend. TMC’s excellent guide and supporter, Cherry Evans, Community Connector for PAVS, was also missing and is wished a speedy recovery. The group was very pleased to welcome Vanessa, a new friend and helper.

After some careful organisation on the part of the committee, there will now be a different activity held on every Wednesday of each month.

The first Wednesday will be a games session in the lovely Brookside room at Saundersfoot’s Regency Hall, running from 10 am to 12 noon. The newly acquired Boccia set will be in play, along with other board games and activities.

On the second Wednesday of the month there will be a lunch, held at various venues in the south of the county, the first of these being on February 9 at The Potting Shed at Manorbier Garden Centre, between 12 noon and 2 pm.

The third Wednesday sees the continuation of the Walk and Talk event, setting off at 11 am from The Regency Hall car park and followed by coffee (and cake for the hungry ones!). The Tenby Memory Café meeting at the Giltar Hotel is held on the fourth Wednesday, beginning at 2 pm. At the next meeting, on February 23; there will be a live music session, provided by the hugely talented and extremely well known local guitarist and vocalist, Mr Billy Cole. The music of the 60s, 70s, 80s and every other decade since is the great love of this fabulous musician and the event is sure to be a lively and fun-filled delight! Billy has recently been in the recording studio, recording his latest CD of many favourite pop, rock and country songs and instrumentals. All of the proceeds from the sale of Billy’s CD will be donated to the Paul Sartori Foundation, and the discs will be available to buy soon.

Further information relating to any of the TMC events taking place in the coming months can be obtained by contacting Cherry Evans at PAVS on 07849 086009 or [email protected]

New guests and carers are assured of a warm welcome at any of the regular events organised by Tenby Memory Café. Why not go and meet the team?

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