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Bramley Lawn: Join in with the classic musicals!

Bramley will be alive with the Sound of Music! Bramley Elderly Action’s innovative social centre, Bramley Lawn, is screening two dementia-friendly ‘sing-along’ films, which are open to everyone.

The first two films to be screened are:

The Sound of Music on Thursday 21 January, 1.30pm

Grandchild-friendly The Jungle Book on Thursday 18 February, 1.30 (during half term).

Jungle Book

Phone Bramley Elderly Action on 0113 236 1644 if you would like to book free tickets. Donations welcome.

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