These boots are made for walking!

Home Instead are working in partnership with The Alzheimer’s Society to host a Nantwich based Memory Walk. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia. The word dementia describes a set of symptoms that can include memory loss and difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language. These symptoms occur when the brain is damaged by certain diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease.

Around 220,000 loved ones develop dementia every year. With every pound we raise with your support, the funding will increase new research, providing precious support to more people, wherever they are, whatever they are going through.

Date: Sunday 14th October 2018

Start: Registration (sign in) 10am

Walk start time: 11am

Venue: Nantwich Lake CW5 7AE

Parking: Nantwich Lake CW5 7AE or Shrewbridge Road CW5 7AF

Registration: clair.steele@homeinstead.co.uk or 01270 611555 

Route/s: There are 2 walk routes will accommodate all ages and abilities.

NANTWICH LAKE: Those choosing Nantwich Lake, it is a flat walk which will accommodate both wheelchairs and pushchairs. There is seating provision at various points around the walk. The walk is usually around 10 minutes. No toilet provision, Dogs welcome. Refreshment van present at times.

NANTWICH RIVERSIDE LOOP WALK: This walk is 5 km/3miles and participants should allow around 1 ½ - 2 hours. Routes run along both the river and canal and are either tarmac or compacted stone. Between the river and canal you will be walking over grass fields. The route is relatively flat (small stepped climb to the canal) throughout though uneven. Benches are provided at intervals. No toilet provisions. Dogs welcome, but to remain on leads when crossing farm land.

Donations: Can be made on the day, Sponsorship forms or Just Giving Page. More details can be obtained from Clair at Home Instead on 01270 611555

Thank you: All participants will receive a goody bag and a medal upon completion of the walk

Together we can unite against Dementia!

A group of Home Instead CAREGivers talking
Family welcoming a Home Instead care manager into their home