So much to See and Do at A Grand Day Out

Something for all the family at Hull Dementia Collaborative’s event at St. Stephen’s this coming Thursday 9th August. Alongside all the information stands signposting services people will be able to enjoy live entertainment, interactive demonstrations, have a dance and get creative all under one roof.

net curtains logoOn the Net Curtains Stage hosted by organiser Sarah Hicks you will find:


Elvis G.  – popular Elvis Presley impersonator always goes down well


Les Nicol – seasoned bluesman from Hull


Michelle Dee – poet shining a light on Hull’s part in the struggle for suffrage Image: Headline in Hull Daily Mail November 1907

“Net Curtains is a charity that provides entertainment and chat every week to local venues around the city to target people who are feeling lonely and isolated. We are taking part in this event to reach out to people and show case the entertainment that Net Curtains Variety provides” Sarah Hicks

Look out for Marvel Superheroes and sporting mascots Airlie Bird and Rufus the Robin dropping by St. Stephen’s Shopping Centre on the day.

Be inspired by local rugby stars and join in the healthy-living and exercise demonstrations with Food For Thought initiative Rovers Trust.

Keep that body moving and take part in the belly-dancing with Sahara Dance

Inside the Craft Tent adults and children alike can express their creative side.

There’ll be Giant Games and Face Painting and perennial favourite the Tombola.

You can lift your spirits and raise the roof for a singalong with the Good Copanye Choir.

For more information on Net Curtains see:


A Grand Day Out takes place on August 9 from 10am to 3pm St Stephen’s Shopping Centre Hull

Hull Dementia Collaborative is part-funded by the Clinical Commissioning Group and Hull City Council

Useful Links:

The Butterflies Memory Loss Support Group

(Registered Charity 1164316)

2nd Floor

94 Alfred Gelder Street

Hull HU1 2AN

Tel 07821 519212

Facebook Butterflies Memory Loss Group

Twitter: @butterfliesmlsg 


Alzheimer’s Society – UK’s leading Dementia charity


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