Pride in Ageing has already made huge strides in helping to ensure that Greater Manchester becomes one of the best places for LGBT people to grow older.
The next Greater Manchester Older People's Network event will be taking place on the 20th Feb 2020.
Ambition for Ageing in partnership with GMCA (Great Place) and Manchester Museum is seeking a freelance consultant with knowledge of age-friendly culture to design and implement a sustainability strategy for the Great
Applications are now open for the Greater Manchester Culture Fund, which will support delivery of Greater Manchester Combined Authority’s strategy for Culture and Creativity, Grown in Greater Manchester.
On 2nd October 2019, our partners, the Greater Manchester Older People's Network, held their 'Age
Castlefield Gallery announce bOlder, a talent development programme for contemporary visual artists* aged 50+, commissioned by GMCA as part of Great Place GM.
This is an opportunity for statutory colleagues to learn from Ambition for Ageing’s approach to delivering place-based working. Join us for an interactive learning event about building age-friendly neighbourhoods.
This interactive seminar poses the question of how a variety social infrastructure can benefit older people as well as discussing how better utilising these spaces can bring major benefits to local communities.
he World Health Organization (WHO) first introduced the concept of age-friendly and has an ever growing network of cities and communities that have been designated as age-friendly.