There will be various events arranged for both those living with dementia and their Carers, sometimes to be together but usually separate. Please keep coming back to our web page to see what we are arranging.
Charity Bridge Event
Date: Friday, January 31st 2020 , 2 – 5p.m.
At Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church Hall, Weydown Rd. Haslemere, GU27 1BS
Cost: £50 per table
Please bring your own table, cloth, cards and pens
Please click the button below to download the invite and then complete the slip and send with your cheque (made payable to The Hunter Centre ) to Susan Stathers, Springfield, Weydown Rd, Haslemere GU27 1DS.(Tel: 01428 642416) (email:email@example.com) She will confirm your booking/receipt of cheque by email/phone.
Dr Ann Hunter receiving her Lifetime
Achievement Award in London
Farmers' Market Breakfast
Saturday 29th February 2020 9.30-1130 at The Hunter Centre. Tickets £12.50 which must be booked in advance. Click the button below to get details of how to do this and see vaied and full menu
The Hunter Centre would like to invite you to a social evening on Wed 4th March 6- 8pm. An informal get together for people with dementia and their carers. Come and enjoy a chat with others who know how you are feeling and what you are going through. Refreshments, sandwiches and nibbles provided. We will also have experienced professionals on hand should you wish to ask any advice. We are hoping to make this a monthly event should there be enough interest. If you would like any more information or to confirm attendance contact Denise on 01428 654710
Liphook Golf Club Captains Charity Day raised an amazing £9500.
Over the course of the year an incredible £22000 was raised by the club.
A warm welcome was given to supporters of The Hunter Centre at their annual carol service, held in St Bartholomew’s Haslemere on Wednesday 4th December. The Mayor of Haslemere, Cllr John Robini welcomed a congregation of about ninety people.
Highfield school choir and some of St Bartholomew’s church choir plus soloists Poppy Hunt and Holly Humberstone provided some beautiful singing. Readings were both seasonal and meaningful to the charity which supports those living with dementia.
Reserve a space
Please contact Elaine Clement on telephone number