Welcome to

Dementia Club UK

People with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia are welcome to attend with their carers, friends and families and we also welcome those who have lost someone with dementia and are now lonely. Dementia Club UK provides people with another lifeline, giving care and support, professional advice, fun activities daily and above all Hope.

Our Venues

View listings of where all our locations are and timetables of events.



View our weekly or annual programme of where, when and what we do.



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  • Become a Volunteer
  • Become a Sponsor
  • Provide a Service

What We Do

We run several dementia club sessions in various locations. Details of all the venues and session dates can be found on our programme.

Each session aims to provide you with professional advice and information, gentle exercise to music and fun activities in a social atmosphere with cups of tea/coffee and lovely cakes.

Various speakers will attend the sessions and we also have a GP who volunteers their time and attends most sessions. Our GP takes blood pressures and also answers any medical concerns.

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Dementia Club UK commissioned Middlesex University in May 2015 to undertake an independent research study to evaluate the impact and benefits of our provision on people living with dementia and their carers in the community. The research showed (demonstrated) the club as having a positive impact on those living with or caring for a person with Dementia, based on its techniques and the model used in its cafes. (Click to download copy of the report) 

Dementia Club UK goes above and beyond to provide help and support to those living with dementia and also their carers and families to put smiles on their faces and give them a better quality of life.

Our Zoom Sessions

We run two Zoom musical afternoon sessions from 2.30pm to 4.30pm twice a month on Tuesdays. Please check our programme for dates. The sessions includes (Quizzes, Chair Exercises, Music Entertainment and Bingo).

We also have a Carers Group Meeting every week on Tuesday in the evening from 7pm to 8.30pm. Please see our Programme and get in Touch with Lisa if you would like to receive the Zoom joining links.

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Please remember us in your Will with a Legacy. A Gift in your Will can help Dementia Club UK to continue to provide the services that you and your loved one have enjoyed. If you would like to discuss this further with us please contact the Chairman Lisa by phone or email.



Upcoming Events/News


Dementia Club UK are a charity that work closely with people who suffer from dementia and their families & offer invaluable support! They have been an enormous help to my Aunty & Uncle who are full time carers for my grandmother & I’d love to help raise even a small amount to give something back. I know December can be an expensive month, but if you can spare anything at all, it would be greatly appreciated!

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Apply to become a member of Dementia Club UK.

If you are a carer & would like to download our ‘Getting to know me form’ click here.

The getting to know me form is a tool to help health and social care professionals to get to know more about the person they are caring for. It helps to reduce the stress from the family knowing that the best care is provided tailored to the persons needs.

Barnet Copthall – 10th May 2022

Barnet Copthall – 10th May 2022

We welcomed 9 members today at Barnet Copthall Leisure centre. Members were treated to tasty slices of apple pie, muffins chocolate slices or biscuits with their teas and coffees. This week is Mental Health Awareness week and Faz who led today’s session brought along...

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Finchley Cricket Club – 9th May 2022

Finchley Cricket Club – 9th May 2022

The session on 9th May was led by Keren Mail at the Finchley Cricket Club. We had a wonderful atmosphere with 38 people at the session today. Keren had prepared some word searchers and colouring sheets which are always popular with some members and their carers. Keren...

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Tuesday at Eversfield – 3rd May 2022

The theme was sport at Eversfield, with Mill Hill Rotarians leading the session. Starting off with an A to Z of sports, games and hobbies, folk came up with a multitude of clever answers — dancing, volleyball and Zumba to name but a few. Then fuelled with tea and...

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