To support and develop activities for older ladies who have been affected by domestic violence and enable them to build up trust and friendships with people and for them to feel like they are part of the community.
The Miles Platting dementia cafe is a safe space for people living with dementia and their carers to meet and socialise, where they can find information about the both their local community, and the wider dementia community.
The 15-person Gardening on Your Doorstep team work with local community groups, allotment groups & sheltered housing schemes to promote gardening and enable people to develop skills.
Launched in April 2018, The Apna IIaaka (Our Neighbourhood) project is delivered by a partnership between Petrus Incredible Edible Rochdale (PIER) - a community horticulture project run by a local
A local butchers is reaching out to socially isolated community members, by providing mobile meals in partnership with VCSE organisations.
How the introduction of a volunteer drivers' scheme in Rochdale is helping local older people to get where they need to be - on time, in comfort and in pleasant company.
How setting and running “pop up” sheds where men can meet and bond while woodworking has led to many productive projects and new friendships.
How local ladies attending health and beauty tutorials are learning practical skills, making more friends and feeling lots better about themselves.
How a residents' board was set up at Dunstan's Court sheltered housing scheme so older people living there can plan their own monthly social activities.
How a successful community walkabout in Halliwell resulted in practical and positive future plans via looking at the neighbourhood through age-friendly eyes.