Telephone: 07753 728697
Telephone: 07894 669872
Callington Memory Café
Callington Town Hall,
Meetings: Every other Saturday 2-4pm
(See latest news below for dates of meetings)
OUR LATEST NEWS
Callington Memory Café meet every other Saturday from 2:00 until 4:00. We are ‘even’ weeks. This is to let you visit the Launceston memory café which meet on ‘odd’ weeks. (Your diary or calander may show you if a week is odd or even)
- November 3rd & 17th
- December 1st & 15th
You can find out more about our upcoming sessions by visiting our website.
You are always welcome to drop in, especially If you are visiting the area.
There’s no charge (but a donation will not be refused).
Need further information? Fill in the comment form at the foot of the page and we will get back to you shortly.
The air was buzzing at a recent Café meeting. Members joined in with gusto as Rowena regaled us with familiar songs from way back when.
Adding to the fun, we were asked to identify the songs and shows from original posters.
After all that energetic singing and playing, of course we needed a Tea-Break!
If you would like to book Rowena, she would be delighted to hear from you.
There was once a King who desired a painting of a fantastic dragon.
Only the very best artist would be able to paint it.
So the story goes….
Yvonne had our members enthralled.
Did the King get his painting?
Well of course he did, that’s what Kings do after all.
But he did have to wait a year and a day.
Meanwhile Geoff regaled us with a poem about his tough toe nails.
Was he pulling our leg? (Groan)
The group were in stitches.
Members also recalled tales and passed them on to us.
Peter recollected how his brother went flying in a Glider, up and up on the wind.
Keith told a snappy tail of how his grandfather fought with a crocodile, Which prompted Sue to recall how, just before her wedding, her fiancé was chased by a crocodile in the zoo. That’s why he had a black eye on honeymoon. Oh yes … really?
If you would like to find out why the Dragon Painting took a year and a day, perhaps you should contact Yvonne.