East Anglia

Welcome to the East Anglia page. Here you can find out what is happening in your area, and how you can organise an event yourself.

Area covered: Covers Bedfordshire (Luton), Cambridgeshire (Peterborough), Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk (Norwich) and Suffolk.

Need some local fundraising support?

Your Community Fundraiser is here to give you a hand by offering you support, materials and advice. Alternatively, tell us about your fundraising idea and we will get in touch with you. 

Soraya Bowen
Community Fundraiser - Hertfordshire
Email: Soraya.Bowen@alzheimers.org.uk
Tel: 07484 924598

Mussara Gray
Community Fundraiser - Essex
Email: Mussara.Gray@alzheimers.org.uk
Tel: 07525 403826

Jenna Veneziani
Community Fundraiser - Norfolk & Suffolk 
Email: Jenna.Veneziani@alzheimers.org.uk
Tel: 07484 504825 

Jordan Hughes
Community Fundraiser - Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire
Email: Jordan.Hughes@alzheimers.org.uk
Tel: 07703 716758 

Join us on Facebook and Twitter

Join Alzheimer's Society East Anglia and Central area on Facebook and Twitter - find out about upcoming events, local news stories and volunteering opportunities near you.

Future Events

Friday 9 March 2018 - Father and Son Rugby Charity Match 2018. Being held at Thurrock Rugby Club, Long Ln, Oakfield, Grays, Essex, RM16 2QH. If you would like to be involved in the game please contact Ben on 07949942611 ASAP

Local volunteering opportunities

Do you have some time to spare? Everyone has something to contribute to the Society. Volunteering is flexible, ranging from a few hours a year to several hours a week. It's your choice.

Check out other exciting volunteering opportunities in the East Anglia area or contact your Community Fundraiser to discuss.

More about Alzheimer's Society in the East Anglia and Central area

In the East Anglia and Central area there are over 64,000 people with dementia and it is predicted that this figure will rise to over 95,000 by 2021.

There are support groups and local services which provide day care and home care for people with dementia, as well as support and befriending services to help partners and families cope with the demands of caring.