WORK created by people living with dementia is going on display in Keighley.

Art and stories will be exhibited as part of an open day at Keighley Creative on Tuesday (October 17).

The work – which includes large papier mache vases, drawings, paintings and stories – has been produced by attendees at the charity's weekly Monday Creative sessions, for people with dementia and family members or carers.

"Being creative is proven to bring a huge range of benefits for our brains," said a Keighley Creative spokesperson.

"It helps us relax, builds confidence, keeps us curious about the world around us and, most importantly, is fun!"

The open day and exhibition runs between 10.30am and 6.30pm on Tuesday at the Keighley Creative premises, in the Airedale Shopping Centre.

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