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|1st June 2012||A Social Evening for Carers at Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery Click for more information
A group of carers have made short films about the loved ones they have cared for and lost. Carers experience bereavement during a person's illness as well as the loss of the caring role when that person dies. Over drinks and canapés, we want to show you our films, invite you to socialise with new and old friends and to create a platform to explore the best ways for carers to bring about future change in our communities. Join us to see what they did.
|18:00-20:00||Royal Albert Memorial Museum||Apply|
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