Memory Lane Café

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Come along to the Memory Lane Café

Bromley Dementia Support Hub hosts a regular Memory Lane Café which provides a relaxed, informal setting for people with dementia and their family, friends and carers.

The café is a chance to make friends with other local people living with dementia, share and talk about interests and life experiences. The café runs many activities for carers and for people living with dementia.

The café is open to anyone with a dementia diagnosis and their family support/carer living in the borough of Bromley. It is free to attend but donations are welcome.

Virtual Memory Lane Café

We hold a virtual Memory Lane Café on Zoom every Monday morning from 10.30am till 11.30am.

Face-to-face Memory Lane Café

We have also begun to slowly re-introduce our face-to-face Memory Lane Café at Community House in Bromley every Friday morning from 10.30am – 12.30pm.

Due to social distancing measures, we are currently operating a waiting list for the face-to-face café.

If you are interested in attending either the online or the face-to-face café, please get in touch with us to confirm attendance.

Telephone: 020 3328 0366
Email: Bromley@dementiahub.org.uk.

More dementia-friendly online activities

Bromley Dementia Support Hub and partners run several stimulating and fun online activities for people living with dementia and their carers: see what’s on.

Getting to Community House

The face-to-face Memory Lane Café is held at Community House, which used to be the former Magistrates’ Court and is opposite Bromley fire station.

Address

Community House
South Street
Bromley
BR1 1RH

View its location. 

Buses

Stop Q, Widmore Road/Bromley Town Hall: 61, 119, 138, 146, 246, 269, 352, 367Buses 246, 269, 126, 208, 227, 261, 314, 320, 336, 354, 358, 638

Stop P, Bromley Town Hall: 126, 208, 227, 261, 314, 320, 336, 354, 358, 638

Train

Bromley North Railway Station

Parking

  • Metered for two hours outside building in South Street.
  • Parking in Sainsbury’s West Street (you will need to purchase shopping/a ticket).
  • Two Blue Badge disabled parking bays close by in Court Street.
  • Single yellow lines in South Street.
  • Double yellow lines in Court Street.
  • The Glades shopping centre: it’s best to use the Boots car park end as it is closest to Community House. The Widmore Road entrance is the easiest way to access this part of the Glades car park.

Contact Us

If you have any questions about the Memory Lane Café, please contact us:

Telephone

020 8315 1885

Email

bromley@dementiahub.org.uk

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