Alzheimer Scotland is delighted to announce that our first Sportsman’s Dinner will take place on Friday 28th October 2011 at the unique Scottish Football Museum at Hampden Park. Join us to celebrate the beautiful game in the company of guest speakers Jim Leishman and David Wilson, while helping us to raise funds for our Football Reminiscence Project and other vital support services. The evening consists of a champagne drinks reception, delicious 3 course meal, sports quiz, after dinner speakers and an auction, so there’s lots to keep you and your colleagues entertained – especially if you’re a sports lover! Tickets are available NOW and are priced at only £50 for individuals or a special offer price of £370 for a tables of 8. Alzheimer Scotland aims to improve the quality of life for people with dementia and their carers and believes that no one should go through dementia alone. There are currently around 72,500 people with dementia in Scotland and this figure continues to rise. We work with people with dementia and their carers and families by providing high quality services, by raising awareness of dementia and by campaigning. Sportsman’s dinners are traditionally aimed at the male audience however we are aware many women are also interested in sport and are more than welcome to attend. To register your interest call Alzheimer Scotland today on 0845 260 0789 or email email@example.com.