LGBT Foundation’s Pride in Ageing programme and Southway Housing have supported two older drag queens to make their stage debut at Manchester Pride.
A new report from the Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing.
We are excited to invite you to attend our upcoming seminar, Co-production in ageing research: current practices and ne
We have awarded up to £2,000 for 36 projects in specific neighborhoods across Greater Manchester (GM) to tackle social isolation, build social connections and make places across GM more age-friendly.
Come along and join in with our monthly activities or relax with a cup of tea and some cake while meeting other LGBT people in your local community.
In September 2021 we are delivering a second round of our online practice based-workshops for anyone working to make neighbourhoods more age-friendly across Greater Manchester.
The Greater Manchester Older People's Network would like to invite you to take part in a radio broadcast with Sonder Radio.
Would you like to find out how to better promote activities you are running in your neighbourhood?
Would you like to reach people you haven't reached before?
A new report launched this week by The University of Manchester’s Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing (MICRA) has revealed the challenged faced during the coronavirus pandemic by people aged 50 and over, es