Free Expert Advice at the Gloucestershire County Cricket Ground.
An invitation to all supporters.

If you are caring for someone with dementia, you will know that it’s a uniquely devastating disease. It can attack memory, personality, language and physical abilities. It can last for years, even decades. And it has no cure. Without careful planning, the financial toll can be nearly as cruel as the personal loss. This year help is at hand.

On Friday 20th April, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club is joining forces with financial and legal experts for an important seminar that will provide a real insight into coping with the costs of care. This initiative will also highlight and support the work of BRACE funding research to defeat these diseases.

This free event is being generously hosted in Bristol by Gloucestershire County Cricket Club, and all who attend the morning seminar will be given free entry to the first day of the Gloucestershire v Glamorgan Specsavers County Championship match.

10.30am - Registration

  • Welcome from Will Brown, the Chief Executive of Gloucestershire County Cricket Club.
  • Chair of BRACE Trustees, Professor Stephen Lisney – the quest for answers through science
  • Legal expert, Anne Minihane, Clarke Willmott. The importance and process of appointing a Lasting Power of Attorney.
  • Mark Stone, Whitechurch Financial Consultants. Expert advice on managing wealth and income for long term care.

 At the end of the seminar, there will be an opportunity to meet and talk one to one with the experts before you enjoy free entry to the inaugural cricket match of the new season, courtesy of Gloucestershire County Cricket Club.

 At the end of the seminar there will be an opportunity to meet and talk one to one with the experts before you enjoy free entry to the inaugural cricket match of the new season, courtesy of Gloucestershire County Cricket Club.

Places are limited so please reserve your place early, call the GCCC team on 0117 910 8000.