Children at a school in York have made a film that takes a unique look at dementia.
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York's Carr Junior School pupils' dementia film

Pupils from a school in York have helped make a film highlighting the plight of people struggling with dementia.

The film called 'I Ain't Got Me Mam' was made by care worker Ian Donaghy together with children at Carr Junior School.

It is being screened in three cinemas in York as part of Dementia Awareness Week, which runs until 20 June.

  • 19 May 2017
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