Freshers Young Onset Cafe

Freshers Young Onset Cafe

The Freshers Young Onset Cafe offer a relaxed and welcoming setting for people living with early/young onset neurological conditions.

That might be Alzheimer’s and other dementias, Parkinson’s, Motor Neurone Disease, Multiple Sclerosis  or Huntington’s.  People can stop by for a drink, something to eat, peer support and information. Family and friends are also welcome.

There are currently four established Freshers Cafes in St Annes, Blackpool, Lancaster and Kendal.

Fylde Coast Freshers Young Onset  Cafe

On 2 October 2018 a new Freshers Young Onset Cafe will be set up at the Tramway Pub in Cleveleys. It will meet on the first Tuesday of each month from 6pm – 8pm.

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Freshers Young Onset Cafe

Quite often, younger people of working age don’t feel comfortable meeting in village halls and community centres. That’s why this venue has been chosen.  It’s intended to be relaxing, informal and fun, and a great way to meet people who are going through the same things.

At Freshers Young Onset Cafe you can share your experiences, get and offer support. People of all ages come along to the groups, ranging from 28 to 65, so don’t be afraid to call in.

If this is something that might be of help, or you know somebody who might benefit from coming along please just turn up. The team will be waiting for you and will make you feel very welcome.

If you’d like any further information about Freshers Young Onset Cafe please contact Peter Lyttle on 07856 933003. He’ll answer any questions you may have. (And please mention that you saw it on Visit Fylde Coast!)

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2 Comments
    1. Jane Rabbit

      You’d be very welcome at this one, which is fairly central for the Fylde Coast

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