The Duke of Rothesay Surprises Guests at Tea Dance
Thursday 20th December 2018
The Duke of Rothesay, President, The Prince’s Foundation, is attending a tea dance held for members of the local community to counter loneliness and social isolation. Dumfries House, Cumnock, KA18 2NJ.
The Duke of Rothesay has surprised two hundred guests during a festive instalment of a tea dance held regularly to counter loneliness and social isolation within Ayrshire. The event is held every three weeks at Dumfries House near Cumnock and will welcome older members of the local community, adults with additional support needs.
The regular tea dances are held in the Dumfries House pavilion and form part of The Prince’s Foundation’s Integrated Health and Wellbeing programme, run in conjunction with East Ayrshire Council’s Vibrant Communities service. The gathering will feature entertainment by students of The MGA Academy of Performing Arts and pupils of Greenmill Primary School, with guests enjoying festive food and drink while taking the opportunity to dance and socialise with one another.
Established health initiatives at Dumfries House tackle issues including isolation of older members of the community, the management of cancer, diabetes, fibromyalgia, and women’s health.
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