St Ives – Reminiscence at the Norris MuseumBack to Activities
Reminiscence at the Norris Museum is a support group for those who live with dementia or their carers who enjoy reminiscing, sharing stories and handling objects from the past to stimulate memories and conversations.
This activity is good for wellbeing because
- Meeting other people with similar experiences helps to tackle loneliness and isolation
- The sessions provide emotional support for carers and family members.
- Having the opportunity to engage with the past, seeing it brought to life with amazing objects and fascinating stories provides a learning experience in a fun space.
How to contact
Where to go
Cambridgeshire PE27 5BX
What to expect
Reminiscence concentrates on what people can remember rather than what they cannot! It is also an activity that can be enjoyed by people of all ages.
Full details on dates and times can be found on the website
Booking is required – Contact [email protected] to book
The Norris Museum aim to make the space as accessible as possible, for as many people as possible.
There is step free & wheelchair accessible entry to the museum. They have two unisex toilets, one is accessible with baby change faciltities.
They have a quiet place which can be used for breastfeeding or for those who may become overwhelmed during their visit.
Full details on accessibility can be found here
Full directions on getting to the museum, where to park and public transport options are provided on their website
There is a small charge to attend the twice monthly sessions