A cup of tea, some simple dance steps and maybe even a touch of romance…welcome to the Lost Chord Valentine’s Day Afternoon Tea Dance.
Lost Chord is the leading South Yorkshire dementia charity that provides vital interactive musical experiences for people living with dementia in care homes and day centres both across the region and nationally.
And on Friday, February 14 the charity will be hosting a Valentine’s Afternoon Tea Dance at the Welfare Community Hall in Thurcroft.
“Having held a successful Tea Dance as part of BBC Music Day in 2019, we knew that there was a real appetite to do a second event and Valentine’s Day feels like the perfect occasion,” said Lost Chord Chief Executive Helena Muller.
“It is now over 20 years since we launched Lost Chord and we have been able to demonstrate very clearly the power of music in reaching people who’s lives have been badly affected by dementia.”
With music from 2pm to 4pm by the highly popular local singer Sally Glennon, the Tea Dance, which includes full afternoon tea, is free for people with dementia and their carers, with tickets at £5 each for additional friends.
All people wishing to attend will need tickets which are available from the Lost Chord office on 01709 811160 or 0779 0649 305 or by visiting www.lost-chord.org.uk