£4 each for our large piece, adult appropriate, jigsaws for people with dementia. Only avaialble for collection from our Mindful Gifts CIC shop in Darlaston, Walsall, WS10 8DS. Original price £14.99 each. Great activities for care homes and a gift for someone who has dementia. www.mindfulgifts.co.uk
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Christmas is coming, the geese are getting fat Please put a penny in the old man’s hat If you haven’t got a penny, a ha’penny will do If you haven’t got a ha’penny, then God bless you! The words of Christmas is coming reflects the Christmas festival of celebration of being a time of plenty but that charity should be given to the less fortunate according to the giver’s means! Lets Think of others less fortunate this Christmas!
By Order of the Peaky Blinders
Join us on Sunday 8 April 2018 at 6.30pm You can get dressed up ( if you wish) and enjoy a 3 course meal and coffee. You can bring your own alcoholic drinks. PRIZE FOR BEST DRESSED! This is a unique dining experience where we will explore who the ‘real’ Peaky Blinders really were. Venue: Gio’s Italian Restaurant, Walsall. Tickets now available £18.50 including 3 course meal. Contact: email@example.com 0782793545 https://tinyurl.com/ya39ptgr
Saturday is ‘Vinyl Day’ at Mindful Gifts CIC Shop in Darlaston. No need to get on your knees to look through LP’s and singles anymore. Come and have a look through our vinyl collection. Donations of Vinyl always welcome!
What is a Whatsit? -Poem by Mr S Robinson whose wife has got Alzheimer’s What is a Whatsit? It’s difficult to explain I’ve seldom found the answer Although we tried in vain You see my wife has Alzheimer’s and sometimes finds it hard to say The words that’s on her mind have suddenly slipped away It’s painful to see her struggle for the words She’s trying hard to find because all she simply wanted is that damn whatsit off the table or the thingy on the chair behind Although we have our problems and they are probably here to stay Just a knowing smile upon her fcae Will get me through the day