Luton's answer to Full Monty raised over £3,000 for [email protected] Dementia Cafe

A group of men took to the stage to give Luton's [email protected] Dementia Cafe a financial boost.

Tuesday, 13th November 2018, 4:11 pm
Updated Tuesday, 13th November 2018, 5:06 pm
Raising money for the [email protected] Dementia Cafe

Working Man’s Riverdance is made up of nine men from the town’s Irish community, with the help of Finbar Conway they performed Riverdance for Mayo Day, raising £3,667 for [email protected]

Maria Collins, of Home Instead Luton and Central Bedfordshire, leads the [email protected] cafe.

She said: “This is a huge sum of money which will make a massive difference to people who live with dementia and their carers.

Raising money for the [email protected] Dementia Cafe.

“Even voluntary-run dementia cafes have costs to cover and this will enable us to help even more people in the community.”

Cheque presented to the [email protected] Dementia Cafe.