April 2019 Dorking Talking

Showers & sunshine: it must be April! In this edition of Dorking Talking we feature an interview about Charles Bonnet syndrome: the hallucinations which can affect people with Macular Disease.   And we’re on the move this month, with features on mobility & transport, the history of the AA, driving down memory lane in a Ford Cortina, looking at the latest plans for Leith Hill Place and, of course, enjoying that all-important Time for Tea with Mark Davis. We find out why forgetfulness can be a good thing, investigate the consumer products which are inaccessible to people with poor sight and consider how we can solve loneliness in our Thought for the Month. So it’s chocks away, click the link and here we go…

  1. Welcome & Birthdays
  2. High Street Update
  3. Charles Bonnet syndrome interview
  4. Drive memory lane Ford Cortina
  5. NFB on mobility, transport & accessibility aims
  6. AA history – AA key to phone kiosk…
  7. Forgetfulness is good for you
  8. Inaccessible White Goods
  9. Time for Tea: Cake Rider Tearoom Dorking
  10. Outdoors & Wellbeing at Leith Hill Place
  11. Thought for Month: Solving Loneliness
  12. Endpiece

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