Ambition for Ageing is working with Greater Manchester’s Chief Resilience Officer and colleagues as part of the 100 Resilient Cities (100RC) to feed into the Greater Manchester Resilience Strategy
Our delivery partner is currently recruiting a project officer to lead on this programme which will be focus on Bury communities, with head office support from Oldham.
The Older People’s Housing Champions Group, working with Care & Repair England and other UK organisations, has published a series of Ideas for Action guides.
Greater Manchester, the UK’s first age-friendly region, staged its first Festival of Ageing from 2 July to - 15 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 who will be working with seven partner organisations on the project.
The Growing Older with Learning Disabilities (GOLD) contract has been awarded to Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) and their three partners.
If you are planning on taking part in the Mayoral age-friendly challenge, here is some further information about next steps.
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.