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Dementia cafes

Wolverhampton's Dementia Cafes are a monthly meeting for people with dementia or memory loss, their families and friends.

What happens at Dementia cafes?

The Alzheimer's Society, in partnership with the City of Wolverhampton Council organises free Dementia Cafes for people living with dementia and their carers.

Dementia cafés offer a place where people living at home with diagnosed dementia, their friends and carers can meet for informal support.  Cafes provide a welcoming environment where everyone understands the challenges of the condition or caring for someone who is living with it. The group is run by Alzheimer's Society trained Staff and Volunteers; there is usually a talk on a relevant subject, interesting activities and information on local services.  Drinks and biscuits are provided. The groups are very informal and friendly and we welcome new people. The cafes do not provide personal care or act as a 'drop-off' service for carers.

Wolverhampton Dementia Cafes:


Linden House Café

Where: Linden House, Tettenhall Road, WV6 0DD

When: 1st Tuesday of the month

Time:  10am - 12pm


Wednesfield Community Café

Where: Wednesfield Community Centre, Well Lane, Wednesfield, WV11 1XT

When: 2nd Tuesday of the month

Time:  10am-12pm


Bilston People's Centre

Where: Wolverhampton Street, Bilston, WV14 0LT

When: 1st Friday of the month   

Time:  2pm- 4pm

Contact us

For further information please contact Alzheimer's Society, Castlemill, Burnt Tree, Dudley, DY4 7UF  Email:  or  Telephone: 0121 521 3020.