Green Memory Café 

Come along to the Green Memory Café at Rushcliffe Country Park. The Café is a free social event for people living with memory loss and their carers. It was a new initiative in Ruddington that started last year and you can read more about this story >>HERE<<. Drop-in to the Meeting Room between 1.30pm and 3.30pm at the Visitor Centre on Wednesday 19th June. Rushcliffe Dementia Project aim is for people to experience nature based activities, short walks or just to relax, socialise and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Indoor & outdoor activities and refreshments are…

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Makers’ Night Goes Back to its Roots!

Organisers of an annual, village event which brings together dozens of crafters, creators, designers and makers from across the region in an artisan/craft trail through Ruddington have announced it will return to its usual summer slot this year. Ruddington Village Community Partnership (RVCP) – which also runs our monthly Village Market – has revealed Makers’ Night 2024 will be held on Friday 21st June from 4pm until 9pm. This time around the official host venues will be St Peter’s Church (pictured top), The Cottage Hotel, Ruddington Methodist Hall, The Framework Knitters’ Museum and Philo’s…

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Our WI is 99 … and Still Counting

Did you know that Ruddington Women’s Institute has been active in our village for ninety-nine years? Ahead of their centenary celebrations, current members are extending a warm welcome to any woman to join them, regardless of age. They’re also keen to dispel some common misconceptions. Committee member Barbara Wheeler says: “Contrary to popular belief, the WI is not all about baking and jam making! Some of us enjoy doing that, but others like to go on visits in the local area, join in the various activities at our meetings or…

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Green Memory Café 

Come along to the Green Memory Café at Rushcliffe Country Park. The Café is a free social event for people living with memory loss and their carers. It was a new initiative in Ruddington that started last year and you can read more about this story >>HERE<<. Drop-in to the Meeting Room between 1.30pm and 3.30pm at the Visitor Centre on Wednesday 10th April. Rushcliffe Dementia Project aim is for people to experience nature based activities, short walks or just to relax, socialise and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Indoor & outdoor activities and refreshments are…

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Green Memory Café 

Come along to the Green Memory Café at Rushcliffe Country Park. The Café is a free social event for people living with memory loss and their carers. It was a new initiative to Ruddington that started last year – read the story >>HERE<<. You can drop-in to the Meeting Room between 1.30pm and 3.30pm at the Visitor Centre on Wednesday 21st February. Rushcliffe Dementia Project aim is for people to experience nature based activities, short walks or just to relax, socialise and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Indoor & outdoor activities and refreshments are FREE. The event is suitable…

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Green Memory Café 

This is a new initiative in Ruddington. The Green Memory Café at Rushcliffe Country Park is for people living with memory loss and their carers. You can drop-in to the refurbished Meeting Room at the Visitor Centre on Wednesday 16th August, anytime between 1.30pm and 3.30pm.  Rushcliffe Dementia Project aim is for people to experience nature based activities, short walks or just to relax, socialise and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Indoor and outdoor activities and refreshments are FREE, and it’s suitable for people with limited mobility. Read more on this story >>HERE<<. The next Green Memory social…

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Green Memory Café 

Come along to the Green Memory Café at Rushcliffe Country Park. The Café is a free social event for people living with memory loss and their carers – and it’s relatively new to Ruddington. Read the story >>HERE<<. You can drop-in to the refurbished Meeting Room between 1.30pm and 3.30pm at the Visitor Centre on Wednesday 13th December. Rushcliffe Dementia Project aim is for people to experience nature based activities, short walks or just to relax, socialise and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Indoor and outdoor activities and refreshments are FREE, and it’s suitable…

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Green Memory Café 

The Green Memory Café at Rushcliffe Country Park is a new initiative in Ruddington for people living with memory loss and their carers. You can drop-in to the refurbished Meeting Room at the Visitor Centre on Wednesday 25th October, anytime between 1.30pm and 3.30pm.  Rushcliffe Dementia Project aim is for people to experience nature based activities, short walks or just to relax, socialise and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Indoor and outdoor activities and refreshments are FREE, and it’s suitable for people with limited mobility. Read more on this story >>HERE<<. The next Green Memory social for this year…

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Green Memory Café 

This is your invitation to the Green Memory Café launch at Rushcliffe Country Park. The Café is a new initiative in Ruddington for people living with memory loss and their carers. You can drop in to the newly refurbished Meeting Room at the Visitor Centre on Wednesday 21st June, anytime between 1.30pm and 3.30pm. Rushcliffe Dementia Project aim is for people to experience nature based activities, short walks or just to relax, socialise and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Indoor and outdoor activities and refreshments are FREE, and it’s suitable for people with limited mobility. Read more on this…

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‘Music in Mind’ by The Joyful Jukebox

“Join us as we sing and dance at our twice monthly singalong!” says Bloomin’ Dementia. At each session there’ll be a different selection of songs – from the forties to the seventies as well as from stage and screen. Also the songs are based on a theme (like films, colours, the weather, etc). ‘Music in Mind’ is by The Joyful Jukebox from 10.30am to 12-noon at Ruddington Village Hall. It’s FREE, every fortnight on a Wednesday. There’s no charge thanks to sponsors the Morrisons Foundation, Nottinghamshire Masons and the DWF Foundation. Helen, from…

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