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14 Apr 2021
Age Friendly Places in Practice: Applying Learning to Real Life

We are excited to invite you to our series of online practice-based workshops on key issues for those developing age-friendly place-based work in localities across Greater Manchester, as we emerge from Covid-19 restri

12 Apr 2021
Healthy Ageing: From ideas to influence – making your experience count

On 6 May, 10.15am-12.30pm, the Greater Manchester Older People's Network (GMOPN) will be hosting an online event in partnership with Manchester University’s Healthy Ageing Research Group.

 

06 Apr 2021
Stronger Together: A Festival of Co-Production Learning with Ageing Better

We are excited to invite you to our upcoming event, Stronger Together: A Festival of Co-Production Learning with Ageing Better.

 

18 Mar 2021
£50,000 awarded to neighbourhoods across Greater Manchester

Ambition for Ageing have invested £50,000 into small projects across Greater Manchester to prevent social isolation of older people.

 

10 Mar 2021
Upcoming webinar on the links between loneliness & poverty

A webinar featuring learning from the Ageing Better programme, an event focusing on exploring the links between loneliness and poverty.

 

 

04 Mar 2021
Send an Old Frame New Picture Postcard!

Spread some positivity and help us change perceptions of ageing.

22 Feb 2021
Looking Back Whilst Moving Forward: Ambition for Ageing’s lessons learned and their implications for future commissioning

Our new report is an accumulation of the learning from the past six years of Ambition for Ageing.

22 Feb 2021
Ambition for Ageing eBulletin February 2021

Welcome to the latest issue of our e-bulletin which contains all the latest updates from Ambition for Ageing and our partners, and other ageing related news and events.

 

17 Feb 2021
COVID-19, Inequality and Older People: Developing Community-Centred Interventions

A new paper by Chris Phillipson, Professor of Sociology and Social Gerontology at the University of Manchester.

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