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Town’s Dementia Friendly award

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(Left to right) Alzheimer's Society Ambassador Angela Rippon and Deputy Editor of the Telegraph Liz Hunt present the Award for Local Initiative to Laura Hill and Malcolm Bray from Dementia Friendly Crawley during the Alzheimer's Society's inaugural Dementia Friendly Awards sponsored by Lloyds Banking Group and supported by The Telegraph at Central Hall Westminster in London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday May 20, 2014. The Dementia Friendly Awards are being held to recognise communities, organisations and individuals who have helped to make their community more dementia-friendly. Photo credit should read: David Parry/PA Wire SUS-140522-142129001

EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Left to right) Alzheimer's Society Ambassador Angela Rippon and Deputy Editor of the Telegraph Liz Hunt present the Award for Local Initiative to Laura Hill and Malcolm Bray from Dementia Friendly Crawley during the Alzheimer's Society's inaugural Dementia Friendly Awards sponsored by Lloyds Banking Group and supported by The Telegraph at Central Hall Westminster in London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday May 20, 2014. The Dementia Friendly Awards are being held to recognise communities, organisations and individuals who have helped to make their community more dementia-friendly. Photo credit should read: David Parry/PA Wire SUS-140522-142129001

The work of Crawley’s Dementia Friendly initiative was recognised at the Alzheimer’s Society first ever awards, the Dementia Friendly Awards, at Westminster Hall on May 20.

Malcolm Bray, chairman of the Crawley Dementia Action Alliance, collected the award.

He said: “We are absolutely delighted to have won this award. It reflects the hard work of so many people in Crawley over the years.”

The awards were hosted by Alzheimer’s Society ambassador Angela Rippon and CEO Jeremy Hughes.

 

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