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10 May 2022
Dementia Awareness Week runs from Monday 16 – Sunday 22 May. The Courtyard, Hereford are hosting several activities to mark this: The Courtyard’s Spectacular Tea Dance kicks off the week on Tuesday 17 May at 2pm. This nostalgic, dementia friendly event includes tea, cakes, music and dancing. Tickets cost £4 per participant and accompanying carers...
20 April 2022
The Orange Button Community Scheme is launched in Herefordshire. If you are having thoughts of suicide, or are worried about a friend or family member, you can talk to someone wearing an orange button. The scheme is a way of identifying people that have undertaken suicide prevention training. That they have the confidence to talk to others...
30 March 2022
https://www.courtyard.org.uk/events/the-courtyards-spectacular-tea-dance-3/ Tuesday, 17th May at 2pm the Courtyard, Hereford’s SPECTACULAR TEA DANCE This fun and nostalgic dementia friendly event will brighten up anyone’s day. Full of music, tea, cakes and dancing. Tickets £4 including refreshments. Accompanying carers free. Call the box office on 01432 340555
8 March 2022
A new production is coming to the Courtyard next month, Monday 28 – Wednesday 30 March at 11am and 1.30pm. Frozen Light Theatre’s production of 2065 is a futuristic, sensory production for audiences with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD). Frozen Light is renowned for creating engaging and high-quality theatre for audiences with PMLD through...
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