Learn more about our work at Alzheimer's Society Legacy events, held throughout the year at venues across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
A gift in your Will to Alzheimer's Society is a legacy to future generations and an investment toward a dementia-free world. We know it is an important decision, and we want you to have all the information you need about our plans to revolutionize research, care and public knowledge about dementia.
Alzheimer's Society Legacy events are held throughout the year at venues across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. These free to attend local events are a unique opportunity to learn about our work, hear about our exciting, challenging and far-reaching strategy, our New Deal on Dementia, and catch up on the latest research into the care and cure of dementia directly from our Society staff, trustees, ambassadors, volunteers and people affected by dementia.
Each legacy event consists of an hour of presentations about the Society, latest dementia research, our local work and plans for the future, followed by a light lunch or tea and an opportunity to talk to our speakers and staff. We often also provide free access or a tour of the venue.
If you would like to attend one of our local legacy events, or reserve a place for yourself and a guest, please contact your local Legacy Giving Officer on 0370 011 0290 or email for more information.
Our 2018 legacy events schedule continues with the following:
- 17 October - Garden Museum, London
- 23 October - Arley Hall, Northwich
- 24 October - New House Estate, Salisbury
- 25 October - Knebworth House Barns, Hertfordshire
- 1 November - Hylands House, Chelmsford
- 5 November - The Braid, Ballymena
- 5 November - University College, London
- 14 November - Kings Manor, York
- 22 November - Loseley Park, Guildford
- 27 November - Royal Geographical Society, London
- 28 November - Pittville Pump Room, Cheltenham
Each event has limited capacity. To reserve a place for you and a guest, please contact us on 0370 011 0290 or email [email protected]