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Moments Cafe and Dementia Hub

Moments Café is a social enterprise where all the profits help to sustain Memory Matters, which provides support for people living with dementia, as well as offering free services in the Dementia Hub upstairs.

Contacts details

Address:69A New George Street
Telephone number: 01752 219810
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The café is zoned into different areas from the 1950s to the 1980s so that customers can choose to sit in whatever time zone they prefer and reminisce.

A Buy-It-Forward system operates where customers have the option to buy an item of food or drink to donate to someone who is either homeless or less fortunate than themselves. Every month, one of Plymouth's street pastors collects the vouchers and distributes them around the city. People are then able to come into the Moments Café with their vouchers and redeem for a hot meal free of charge.  

Memory Matters Dementia Hub

The Hub is on the first floor (above the cafe) and is staffed by Memory Matters SW CIC. In the Hub is the information centre which is split into four zones.

  • The Brain Health Zone 
    Learn all about how the brain works and how to keep it healthy. There are iPads with brain training apps, puzzles and lots of information.
  • The Information Zone 
    Find lots of information about dementia and the support available in Plymouth and surrounding areas, as well as upcoming events in the city.
  • The Comfy Zone 
    A space to sit , talk or read in comfort.
  • The Solutions Shop 
    Items are available to help make life easier for those at home with difficulties , and gifts for those living with dementia. 

Appointments are not needed  - you can just pop in for free on-the-spot support and information relating to memory loss or dementia.

It is a one-stop shop for all memory matters.

The Hub has conference and meeting rooms available for hire.

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  • Plymouth Dementia Action Alliance
Based: Plymouth
  • Monday to Saturday, 9am to 5pm
  • Closed on Sunday
  • 26 to 64 years old
  • 65+
  • Carers
  • Dementia

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