Fundraising day at Fareham care home is a big success

Scores of people enjoyed an afternoon at the popular care home.

Thursday, 29th June 2017, 8:03 pm
Updated Tuesday, 18th July 2017, 8:40 am
Chris Turner of Canine Partners with Gloria Edwards, Iris Silvester, and Kerry Walter with Whisper who is still under a strict training regime, at The Avenue care home, in Fareham
Picture by Malcolm Wells (170616-9723)
Chris Turner of Canine Partners with Gloria Edwards, Iris Silvester, and Kerry Walter with Whisper who is still under a strict training regime, at The Avenue care home, in Fareham Picture by Malcolm Wells (170616-9723)

The doors to The Avenue, in Fareham, were opened to the public in order to raise awareness of dementia.

There was a table top sale, demonstrations from Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service and a star turn by assistant dogs from Canine Partners.

Christine Sanderson from The Avenue, with Nicola Ford and Kim Taylor of Everyone Active, in Fareham. Picture by Malcolm Wells (170616-9688)

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Valerie Stacey and Linda Blackburn on the plant stall at The Avenue dementia awareness day. Picture by: Malcolm Wells (170616-9678)
The Avenue staff members Sasha Wills, Clare Linke, and Lisa Hawkins. Picture by Malcolm Wells (170616-9733)
Christine Sanderson from The Avenue, with Nicola Ford and Kim Taylor of Everyone Active, in Fareham. Picture by Malcolm Wells (170616-9688)
Valerie Stacey and Linda Blackburn on the plant stall at The Avenue dementia awareness day. Picture by: Malcolm Wells (170616-9678)
The Avenue staff members Sasha Wills, Clare Linke, and Lisa Hawkins. Picture by Malcolm Wells (170616-9733)