Legacy Events

By attending one of our Legacy events, you will have a chance to hear from fellow supporters who have been inspired to leave a gift in their Will, find out about the cutting-edge research that gifts in Wills are currently funding, and to catch up on developments in your local area.

Our upcoming events

Throughout October 2021, we will be holding eight exclusive events across England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. 

The upcoming dates are: 

  • Nottingham, Colwick Hall - 05 October
  • Truro, The Alverton Hotel - 06 October
  • Cambridge, Madingley Hall - 12 October
  • Newcastle, The Great North Museum: Hancock - 19 October
  • Brighton, Brighton Pavilion - 20 October
  • Belfast, The Malone Hotel - 20 October
  • Liverpool, The Florrie - 27 October
  • Cardiff, City Hall - 27 October

If you would like to attend one of these events, please secure your place by completing our online form.

We will be serving refreshments and follow Government guidelines to ensure the event is COVID secure and you are safe.

If you are unable to attend one of these events but would be interested in attending a suitable event in the future, you can register your interest by completing the form and selecting 'I am unable to attend any of these dates'.

Reserve your place or register your interest

Why are gifts in Wills important?

A gift in your Will to Alzheimer's Society is a legacy to future generations and an investment toward a dementia-free world.

The pandemic has shown how vital gifts in Wills are. It was through the kindness of supporters just like you, that we were able to react flexibly and continue to be there for people affected by dementia when they needed us more than ever before. With a gift in your Will, you can help ensure people affected by dementia are not forgotten.

Do you have a question?

If you have any questions about our Legacy events or leaving a gift in your Will, please don't hesitate to get in touch. You can email our team at [email protected] and we'll be in touch.

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