Exeter audience moved to tears by Private Eye cartoonist’s memories of his dad’s dementia

Exeter audience moved to tears by Private Eye cartoonist memories dads dementia

We wanted to share with you all the article below from Thursdays very successful event which featured Cartoonist, Tony Husband with the Exeter audience moved to tears by the Private Eye cartoonist’s memories of his dad’s dementia. 

Everyone thoroughly enjoyed it and I have received some lovely email responses.

Thank you all for attending and supporting the work of the Exeter Dementia Action Alliance. 

https://www.theexeterdaily.co.uk/news/local-news/exeter-audience-moved-tears-private-eye-cartoonists-memories-his-dads-dementia

Stephens Scown were superb hosts and it was moving to hear from Barrie and Sara Carless living daily with dementia. 

Our work continues in the city as we work towards a Dementia Friendly Exeter. 

Do get in touch with me if you know of local connections in your network who may be keen to join EDAA. In the meantime Colin or I will be touch to discuss member updates with you in due course. 

Thanks again from us all at EDAA. 

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