Greater Manchester, in partnership with 100 Resilient Cities - Pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation (100RC), is undertaking work to become more resilient to
We recently appointed Talk Listen Change (TLC) as the lead contractor on our Social Eating scaled programme.
These 'Ideas for Action' guides, plus a linked 'Housing Voices' film, resource pack and report from Elders Council of Newcastle, working with Skimstone Arts and Northumbria University, offer practical ideas for older
Greater Manchester, the UK’s first age-friendly region, staged its first Festival of Ageing from 2nd July - 15th July. Over 8000 people attended over 350 events across Greater Manchester
We are delighted to announce that we have awarded the Social Eating contract to Talk Listen Change (TLC) who are the lead contractor for the project, working in conjuncti
We are delighted to announce that we have awarded the Growing Older with Learning Disabilities (GOLD) contract to Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU).
Launched on 2 July, the Mayoral Communities Challenge consists of two phases.
To coincide with today's launch of the Festival of Ageing in Albert Square, central Manchester, the Mayor is asking the voluntary and community sector, public services, and older people’s groups to submit their best a
On 11 June almost a hundred people came together for a day of constructive interactive collaboration and planning organised by Ambition for Ageing under the theme of 'Age Friendly Communities in Practice.’
As part of their 'Ambitious Stories' series, Tameside have produced a short film about their work with local charity, Noah's A.R.T Animal Rescue Therapy who are based in Duki