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Bryan and Dilly

Bryan and Dilly

Bryan, who is living with dementia, attends the Davers Club at least once a week. His wife Dilly explains how the club has helped them both to continue doing the things they love.

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Jim's story

Jim's story

Jim joined the Davers Club just after it opened and was one of the first members. He shares his story about how the club has helped him meet new people and regain his upbeat personality.

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