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Charity offering support to those living with dementia and their carers


The Hunter Centre was established to support those living with dementia and their carers in Haslemere and the surrounding area. Their patrons are The Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt, MP for Southwest Surrey and Dr Anne Hunter OBE. No county boundaries exist at The Hunter Centre and everyone is welcome who feels they could benefit from being in a small friendly community which understands the problems associated with dementia. The day care facility operates from 10am until 4pm, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Most clients have medium to high needs. An assessment is always carried out on a first visit to The Hunter Centre. This is completed by the Operations Manager or her Deputy with their Carer present. This is so that all parties can decide if they feel it is the best place to be. Socialisation for clients is important as are activities to stimulate their brains and this will be discussed at a first visit. Once registered at the Centre, Carers will feel they can comfortably leave their loved ones for a few hours for some much needed respite.

Help Needed

The Hunter Centre welcomes new volunteers to help the care team with organised activities, to make teas and coffees and to sit and chat with clients. For more information about volunteering with The Hunter Centre, take a look at their website at or email them at

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