Dyscover members shared photographs and memories of clothes they’d worn in years gone by from bell-bottom flares and hot pants to uniforms and wedding dresses!
Kingston member James showed a dashing photo of himself in naval uniform in South Africa while Ann’s photos of herself in fancy dress provoked lots of laughs.
Thursday members described their wedding attire – Trish designed and made her own wedding dress! She brought a sketch she’d made of her elegant and stylish dress. She’s kept the dress but sadly the fabric hasn’t aged well!
Volunteer Pat supported Indra to help describe the traditional Nepali costume (Daura Surwal) he wore at his own wedding: a long-sleeved red stripped tunic and matching trousers complete with sash.
Ride London 2022
We have 4 places in the world’s greatest festival of cycling which returns on Sunday 29 May 2022, with a new format and an exciting new route! RideLondon-Essex 100 is a unique opportunity to ride 100 miles on traffic-free roads through the heart of London and neighbouring Essex (starting and finishing in Central London).
For more information about taking part in this iconic cycling event to fundraise for Dyscover, please contact our Community Fundraising Coordinator Liz. firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to Giro Coffee Shop in Esher for promoting this for us!
The best thing about Nectar Donate is that it won’t cost you or us anything. Crowdfunder has generously waived platform fees for anyone donating their points.
Thank you for your support!
All that Jazz!
Thursday group members were blown away by Claire’s sultry jazz voice when she brought her album to share with the group for a session on Music. Claire was a professional jazz singer before her stroke and, accompanied by her partner George on keyboard, produced an album of 4 superb songs which members listened to during the coffee break. It was a very special moment and prompted lots of reminiscences and stories!
Ashtead Train Station
Since December 2020, Ashtead Railway Station have been supporting Dyscover through a book share scheme within the station.
We are so grateful to have so far received over £518.43 in donations from those passing through the station. This money will really help to fund the vital work we do to support people living with Aphasia.
A huge thank you to Ashtead Railway Station and customers for their continued support.