Sensing a Place: Life in Haringey Today & Yesterday

Fortnightly on Tuesdays
02:00 PM – 03:15 PM
Free
for participants
Free
for carers

A series of four events for people living with dementia and carers, taking place at Bruce Castle Museum.

Each event will be on a particular topic including High Streets, Parks & Green Spaces and Community Festivals. Each will include a short, informal talk from a special speaker, followed by a creative, sensory activity giving people the chance to share their memories of Haringey.

Each event will include nostalgic refreshments and music, and will be cosy, warm and welcoming in feel.

For the first event on 17th August will be joined by Sheila Peacock who will tell us all about Tottenham Carnival over the ages. We will be serving Tottenham cake & Tizer, listening music and making masks!

All memories shared and material produced will go on to be included in an exhibition at Bruce Castle Museum over the winter.

To find out more email
sensingaplace@gmail.com

- For people who live or work, or used to live and work, in Haringey.

Arts 4 brain health Dementia friendly Early stage Crafts

Contact details

Katy

sensingaplace@gmail.com

Event address

Bruce Castle Museum
Lordship Lane, London N17 8NU, UK

Transport options: Buses, Underground, Rail, Parking nearby, Disabled parking