ST Enoch Centre is set to host a Tea and Blether coffee morning to raise funds for people living with dementia. 

Partnering with Alzheimer Scotland for Dementia Awareness Week, on Thursday, June 2 dementia advisors from the charity will be at the centre to share information, answer questions and showcase the latest research.

There will also be tea, coffee, and cake available for visitors, with every donation going towards helping the 90,000 people in Scotland with dementia. 

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The Tea and Blether event will be part of a week-long event held by Alzheimer Scotland to raise awarenesses of dementia and to help improve the lives of those living with the disease, as well as their families and carers. 

Centre director Ann Ledgerwood said: "We are very pleased to be partnering with Alzheimer Scotland to raise awareness and vital funds for people living with dementia in Scotland.

"St Enoch Centre’s Tea and Blether is set to be an informative yet fun event, where people can come together to talk about how we can prevent, care and cure dementia – and of course, have a slice of cake."

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Aileen Turnbull, stakeholder engagement leader of Alzheimer Scotland, said: "Alzheimer Scotland, as part of Dementia Awareness Week, are delighted to be at the St Enoch Centre on Thursday, June 2 between 10am and 4pm.

"On the day our Dementia Advisors will be on hand to answer any questions you may have and we will have information on our dementia services.

"We will also have the latest digital technology on hand to show the exciting advances in products that help people living with dementia. 

"Join us for a Tea and Blether, where you can share your #MugShot on social media.

"It will be a day of fun and entertainment from The Glasgow University Dance Group and Jam Cheer and Dance."

This year's theme for Dementia Awareness Week is Prevent, Care and Cure and will take place from Monday, May 30 until Sunday, June 5.

The Tea and Blether event will take place on Thursday, June 2 from 10am to 4pm outside of Boots.