On Saturday 13th October, the Master Cordwainer Jonathan Hooper, the Mistress Cordwainer Camilla Hooper and Mrs Carolyn Hooper, the Senior Warden Nigel Easton, the Steward Warden James Shaw, Past Master David Skinner and Mrs Judy Skinner, Past Master Jeremy Skinner and Mrs Judy Skinner, Past Master Paddy Skinner and Mrs Heather Skinner, Past Master Tim Weber-Brown and Mrs Bridie Weber-Brown, Past Warden Sue Lindsay and Heather Marshall, Past Warden Judith Millidge, Past Warden Eleanor Stillwell, Past Warden Simon Wilson, Liveryman Ian Goff and Master Daniel Goff, Freeman Freddie Hooper, the Hon. Chaplain Gordon Giles, the Clerk John Miller, Mrs Caroline Miller and Mr Richard Miller and Charity Manager Nancy Treves will be taking part in the City of London Memory Walk. These Cordwainers and friends will be taking on the 7.5km walk in order to raise funds for the great work of the Alzheimer's Society.
The Alzheimer’s Society is the UK’s leading dementia charity – there for the 850,000 people currently living with dementia in the UK, and the 670,000 people who care for them.
Dementia devastates lives, and so many people are facing it alone, without the information, support and care they need. The Alzheimer’s Society is committed to changing this unacceptable situation, and building a society that understands, supports and values people with dementia.
Funds raised by the Cordwainers Company will support the Alzheimer's Society's Side-by-Side project. This volunteer-led service supports people to get out and about in the community, take part in new activities and build their own social networks, so that they can have a better life with dementia.
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