Gallery: Community Stadium Hub plays host to our new memory sessions

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The session highlighted the importance of World Alzheimer’s Day and had former Brentford stars sharing some of their memories of playing for the club. Brentford FC Community Sports Trust and Brentford FC worked in collaboration with Home Instead Ealing a local home care company to launch the new series of memory sessions.

Andy McCulloch shared his memories from his time with the Bees where he spent three years between 1976 and 1979.
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Tony Hussain, Director of Home Instead’s Ealing Branch gave a presentation to the group
Dr Laura Cole, a Senior Lecturer in Older People and Dementia Care spoke to the group about how family and friends can support those affected.
Emily Donovan our Health & Wellbeing Manager worked with both Brentford FC and Home Instead to organise the event
Another former Bee, Bobby Ross made 323 appearances during his six-year stint with the Bees scoring 56 goals and captaining the club
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