Tea and Memories

Bringing the past to life through conversations

Bringing the past to life through conversation

Tea and Memories sessions are an opportunity for older people to come together to watch archive footage and reminisce over bygone eras.

Come and enjoy a cuppa and watch archive footage from the 1940s to the 1980s… holidays, transport, work, the home, sport, hobbies, politics and much more. It’s a great opportunity to swap stories, reminisce, spark conversations and connect with other like-minded people.

We have Tea and Memories sessions in Bristol and Formby, see below for dates and locations.

About Tea and Memories sessions

Tea and Memories sessions are run by Abbeyfield staff and volunteers and are designed to bring together members of the community with Abbeyfield residents and are delivered as reminiscence sessions where you can watch films from the collection - either in one go, or pause the film to discuss - all with tea, cake and refreshments provided to make the sessions even sweeter.

See some of our previous Tea and Memories events below

Tea and Memories Sessions in Bristol

Join us on the second Thursday of each month.

Thursday 12th May, 10.30am

Thursday 9th June, 10.30am

Thursday 14th July, 10.30am

Thursday 11th August, 10.30am

Join us at:

Abbeyfield Tea and Memories
Café at Hanham Baptist Social Area
157a High Street
Hanham
Bristol
BS15 3QZ

For more information about Tea and Memories, please call Peter Cooke on 0117 9041703 or Anne-Louise Critchlow on 07580 868631.

Tea and Memories Sessions in Formby, Liverpool

Join us on the last Friday of each month 2-4pm.

Friday 27th May

Friday 24th June

Friday 29th July

Friday 26th August

Join us at:
Formby Luncheon Club,
68 Rosemary Ln,
Formby,
Liverpool,
L37 3HA

For more information about Tea and Memories, please call Joanne Painter on 07831 990 653 or email j.painter@abbeyfield.com.

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