‘The place where I grew up’: ethnic minority reminiscence comes of age


Posted on March 1st, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

An arts festival to celebrate the life stories of people from ethnic minorities now living in the UK is to be staged by Age Exchange Reminiscence Centre in Blackheath, London. Geoff Garvey reports
Author/s: Geoff Garvey
Vol: 12, Issue: 2, pp20-21





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