One of the social activities to have been hit by the current pandemic is the Eaton Dementia Friends’ Singing For all Group, which usually meets each month.
The sessions have been cancelled until further notice, but Heather Edwards, who leads the group, and the team from the Ipswich Road United Reformed Church, who make all this happen will be back in action as soon as possible.
And the members managed to enjoy one last singalong before the sessions were suspended as you can see in this photo.
The annual roadshow has also been postponed but hopes are high that it will happen another time.
This is a particularly difficult time for people living with dementia, and for their carers, so the organisers would like to thank everyone in Eaton and Cringleford who have pitched in to help their vulnerable neighbours.
Local people who might need advice and guidance are encouraged to join Dementia Talking Point – an online community where people affected by dementia can receive valuable support from people in similar situations.