With Manchester's first Festival of Ageing launching today, the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, has issued a challenge to find the most age-friendly places and projects across the city region.
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 Dukinfield.
PROJECT OFFICER - CONTRACTS Deadline for applications: 9am, Tuesday 3 July
If you are aged 50 and over and live in Greater Manchester, don’t miss the chance to join in one of this summer’s liveliest and loveliest events – the Festival of Ageing, 2 to 15 July.
Collective Effect seeks to fund the exploration and development of new and transformational methods designed to increase the levels of active citizenship in local communities.
This comprehensive research report was commissioned to help us to assess the potential for using community media as a way of reducing social isolation in the over 50s.
Have you registered yet for your free wristband and festival brochure for Greater Manchester’s Festival of Ageing running from 2 to 15 July 2018? If you are aged over 50 and live in Greater Manchester, then this festival is for you!
We are seeking a development partner to help us create age-friendly communities in Rochdale. Deadline for expressions of interest: 12 noon on Friday 22nd June 2018.
This is the third in the Spring/Summer series of MICRA seminars delivered as part of the Ambition for Ageing programme. It will be delivered by Dr Charles Musselwhite.