Leeds Rhinos Foundation, working in partnership with the Leeds Peer Support Service, provide a free monthly service for people living with dementia to enjoy an afternoon reliving fond memories of Rugby League at different locations around Headingley Stadium.

The meetings, supported by Peer Support Coordinators from Leeds City Council, offer the groups a chance to bring in and discuss historic memorabilia, take a tour of the stadium, see club trophies first hand and take part in engaging discussions to strike new friendships with other people living with the disease.

Members also get the chance to meet and interview some very special guests, with several Rhinos legends having joined the group at their monthly meeting including Kevin Sinfield, Jamie Jones-Buchanan, Jamie Peacock, Alan Smith and Barrie McDermott.

Free refreshments- including homemade cakes- will be provided for all attendees, with family members and carers welcome to join in!

The ‘In Touch’ Club is accessible via referrals to the Leeds City Council’s Peer Support Service directly.

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