The brain injury association, Headway, is holding an event called Mince Pie Morning across the UK. Salfords branch are taking part in the event to raise money in a festive fashion.

The association is a charity that provides help and support to those that have been affected by a brain injury as every 90 seconds, someone in the UK is admitted to hospital with a brain injury. The charity was registered in 1980 and is still going strong 40 years later.

Samantha Ashcroft, network coordinator for Headway, Salford said: “The event is to get friends, family and work colleagues together.

“They can have a mince-pie and raise a little bit of cash to help Headway groups in the local area. It is a way of supporting adults with acquired brain injuries and their carers”.

Headway event poster

The event is being held on the 18th December from 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM at Irwin Mitchell Solicitors office, Saint Peters Square, Manchester. It was originally until 1:00 PM, however it has been extended by an extra hour, which means one more hour of festive fun! There will be a variety of Christmas activities taking place as well as delicious mince pies, mulled wine and coffee available.

People are able to host their own events and can forward pictures or find out more information at headwaysalford@gmail.com.

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If you are taking part in the event, you can join in on Twitter by using #mincepiemorning. Through this hashtag, you can find many branches around the UK getting involved and sharing their photos.

 

More information can be found at https://www.headway.org.uk/about-headway/events-and-conferences/mince-pie-morning/ 

Photo credit for poster – Headway Salford

Mince pies – Beckie Bold

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