Our next Dementia Friendly Film Showing at The Parkway Cinema, Beverley is “Fisherman’s Friends”…

Date: Thursday 26th September, 2019 and will commence at 11.30.  Join us for tea, coffee and biscuits from 10.30 onwards. The Film Duration is: 112 minutes.
“Fishermen’s Friends”… The Story line: A fast living, cynical London Music Executive (Danny Mays), heads to a remote Cornish 
village on a stag weekend where he’s pranked by his boss (Noel Clarke) into trying to sign the group of shanty singing fishermen (led by James Purefoy). He becomes the ultimate ‘fish out of water’ as he struggles to gain the respect  or enthusiasm of the unlikely boy band and their families (including Tuppence Middleton) who value friendship and community over fame and fortune. As he’s drawn deeper into the traditional way of life, (Noel Clarke), he’s forced to re-evaluate his own integrity and ultimately question what success really means. 


Memory Walk at Sewerby Hall and Gardens (Bridlington)

If you have not visited our memory walk at Sewerby Hall and Gardens in Bridlington why not take the kids during the school summer holidays. There is even colouring fun now available as part of the experience… So why not pop along. To find out more visit:

GREGGS FOUNDATION grant fund awarded

We are pleased to announce that our application for a Greggs Foundation Grant has been awarded. The £1000 will go towards upcoming projects we deliver across the East Riding of Yorkshire. Thank you so much from all the Trustees.

Dementia Friendly Flower Competition 2019 Winners announced…

Congratulations to everyone that entered this years competition. The standards this year were extremely high. You are all winners in our eyes. And we look forward to receiving entries for next years competition.



Dementia Friendly East Riding mentioned at Chelsea Flower Show, 2019.

The Royal Horticultural Society represented at the Chelsea Flower Show 2019 acknowledged that Demential Friendly East Riding got a mention and plaudits when a health professional group, expressed an interest in Dementia Awareness and spoke about our Sewerby Memory Walk (that they were aware of near Bridlington), during there visit to The National Chrysanthemum Society`s display, which featured Bill and Ben and Little Weed! We are proud and privileged to be talked about for our efforts in Yorkshire.

The Chelsea Flower show is set to open on Tuesday – with glorious rainbow gardens, bonsai trees and even Bill and Ben figurines in flower pots. Colourful Chrysanthamuns are displayed like a rainbow by this gardener, while statues of Bill and Ben are added to flower pots 

Thank you so much for the Donation…

Simon Foster, our Charity Ambassador receives a donation of £1025 from  the Worshipful Ladies Lodge No. 329 Driffield 

We would like to thank all the ladies from the Worshipful Ladies Lodge No. 329 Driffield who attended our Dementia Friendly Screening of Mary Poppins this week specifically to donate us with a huge cheque for £1025. Our charity could not survive if we did not receive such generocity from the public. Thank you so much and we hope you all enjoyed the screening.

Support a good cause. Help us raise Awareness!

This is what the local Beverley Life and Bridlington Free Press had to say about the launch of the Dementia Friendly Memory Walk Garden that opened on Thursday 25th April 2019…

New Dementia Friendly Garden opened
Situated near Ward 8 at Castle Hill Hospital our Dementia Friendly Garden space has been designed with a Wizard of Oz theme. Developed with the assistance of many people to give sensory prompts to people who might visit. Enhanced by the presence of an Amy moth, purchased and donated by John Hillaby, it is a striking example of how a largely unused space can be enhanced and given purpose. If you would like us to help you develop a garden then use our contact page to get in touch!






















Cutting the ribbon 

John Hillaby with Kerry Wheeldon and the Amy Moth




















We are currently looking to appoint the following as Trustees to Dementia Friendly East Riding.
General Administrator (Minute taker)
Policies and Governance expert
People affected by dementia (Current charity trustees feel this is very important to have this experience within the group)
Volunteers (to support the delivery of projects across the East Riding).

For further information on both vacancies please contact us on email: