THE Alzheimer’s Society is calling on Hull and East Riding residents to sign up for a Memory Walk, the charity’s annual fundraising event, on Sunday September 2 at 11 am in Sewerby Hall and Gardens
There will be a short walk which will be around Sewerby Hall Gardens and a longer walk along the cliff tops to Bridlington and return for those feeling a bit more energetic.
The walk is being supported by East Riding Council and entry to Sewerby Hall and Gardens is free to all registered walkers.
There is also ten percent discount at the Clock Tower Tea Rooms for all those taking part.
There will be music on the day from Huddersfield Wind Band and Friends of American Old Time Music and Dance. Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead at all times.
The money raised will help support people with dementia and their carers in our area.
This year’s Memory Walk is taking place in partnership with Bupa Care Homes. Together, Alzheimer’s Society and Bupa aim to support more people living with dementia through the vital funds that are raised.
Walkers can sign up to take part by visiting memorywalk.org.uk/