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New dementia walking group

Social walking in Farnham for those with dementia and their carers


Dementia isn't just a disease of the very old. While c20% of those over 85 have the condition, 42,000 people under 65 have been diagnosed. 7% of those over 65 suffer from demantia, with many retreating from a 'normal' lifestyle because of their condition.


A weekly social walking group for those living with mild/moderate dementia and their carers starts on Weds 27 March from the Shepherd and Flock, Farnham, led by a trained Walking for Health Leader. The walks are designed to be gentle, sociable and provide an outlet for all those living with the condition to get outdoors with others who understand.

Schools: whether or not you're part of PALSS, what will you be doing for Stand Up Surrey day on 26 April? Make sure you let us know.

If you're a planner, health professional, youth worker, NGB or leisure centre manager, you're invited to the Moving Surrey Forward conference on April 2.

Parents: give your son or daughter a new interest and register them for 4-8 weeks of FREE local training for the Specsavers Surrey Youth Games 2019.

Surrey resident? Give your views on the draft Health & Wellbeing strategy outlining the county's proposed priorities before 27 March.

We've got vacancies for an Events Officer and a Digital Marketing Assistant to support our mission of helping Surrey residents get more active.

As the number of PALSS pledged schools tops 100, Body Coach (and former Surrey school pupil) Joe Wicks congratulations them in a new video clip.

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