West Highland Monthly Look Back, May 2022
ISSUE NO 1, May 2022
Tipsy Tea Party Skye
Joan Robertson, delivered a Tipsy Tea Party for ladies on Skye, Broadford area.
They paid £15, which they got high tea foods and a glass of bubbly, then it was bring you own bottle, lots of raffle prizes. All in all they raised a total of £1,846.30, had a fabulous time and looking great ladies!
Open Day at Aird Ferry Day Centre, Dornie
Lesley Hellon, our Dementia Advisor attended the recent open day at AirdFerry and enjoyed meeting lovely professional and friendly staff, enjoyed the cooks home baking and meeting service users, A very welcoming environment for day care service. We are hoping to have a small presence there soon enough, to support people living with dementia and their carers. Watch this space.
An Drochaid High Tea Afternoon
Lesley Hellon, Dementia Advisor’s first visit to An Drochaid Fort William,
She says 'It was lovely to meet the lovely and interesting folk from Lochaber area. Great Company, Great Craic, Great Cakes!'
As Arnie says “I’ll be Back” see you soon!''