Hi All On Sunday 23rd September, I did the 'Memory Walk' at Alexandra Palace park, in Wood Green. There were people there from all ages and backgrounds there. It was a lovely day, the weather did look like it was going to rain, but the sun shone for us all day. We wore bright yellow sashes with the words ' Memory Walk' on them. Britt Ekland (who was married to Peter Sellers) was also there. I had no idea that she'd be there and that she is also a Patron of the Alzheimer's Society. She did a speech about trying to raise awareness of AD, as her Mother also died of AD in 2005. She joined us in the walking, along with her little dog.The local press was there too taking pictures. We set off walking about 11.30am and finished mid afternoon. At the end of the day, we released yellow and blue balloons with the words 'Memory Walk' on them into the open air. We were all presented with a 'Memory Walk' certificate. That day we had raised over £350. After the event had finished I went to see my Dad who also has AD and showed him my certificate. He read out loud the word 'Congratulations' which was on the certificate, not sure if he understood it, but it felt great showing it to him. I've never done anything like this before and I'll definitely do it again, I totally enjoyed it. Pat.