Annual Report 2017

Our Annual Report for 2017 is now published, you can read it by clicking the link below Annual Report 2017

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Annual Report 2016

Our Annual Report for 2016 is now available to download from the link below. annual-report-2016

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VOTING NOW OPEN – Please vote for The Memory Bus!

In the last couple of minutes voting has opened for the People’s Projects and we would love your support for The Memory Bus. We are one of five projects in the Tyne Tees Region competing for three prizes of £50,000, and if we win we will use the money to buy a mini bus so that we can provide even more places to go and things to do for people living with dementia. To vote, please visit www.thepeoplesprojects.org.uk and vote for...

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We are finalists in the People’s Projects!

  We are excited to announce that we have reached the finals of the People’s Projects with our own campaign which we have called “The Memory Bus”  Our project is one of five competing in Tyne Tees for £50,000 of National Lottery funding in the People’s Projects competition. Voting opens at 9am on Monday 20 March at www.thepeoplesprojects.org.uk. The Big Lottery Fund, ITV and The National Lottery have teamed up...

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Asda’s Community Hidden Hero!

Our Chief Operating Officer, Sandra Hastings, is delighted to have been named Asda Gosforth’s Community Hidden Hero.  She was presented with a pin in recognition of the work of Silverline Memories.  A link to the full story on the Asda’s website can be found here.     http://your.asda.com/community/gosforth-community-christmas Sandra is pictured below with Asda’s Community Champion Michelle Castledine.  Michelle...

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Sunset from the pier – A TimeSlips story

The Friday group enjoyed another TimeSlips session recently and this is the finished story based on the image below.   The area was debateable, it was either Seaton Sluice or somewhere abroad. No shoes were worn or coats so it must have been outside in a hot country.  They came for the sunset and were shocked seeing the sea move and how much water there was. It was not India. The sea looked a bit rough, it was definitely north...

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