In January 2017, the Ambition for Ageing programme launched a series of events entitled 'Growing Older in My Greater Manchester.' The first event was a large scale workshop aimed at residents of Greater Manchester (G
A group of older people across Greater Manchester have drafted up key messages to present to Mayoral Candidates.
The Greater Manchester Ageing Conference 2017, organised by the Greater Manchester (GM) Ageing Hub, saw the first ever ageing conference held on a city-region level within Greater Manchester.
University of Manchester Geographer Dr Sarah Lindley is leading a new research looking at the impact of green public spaces on the health and wellbeing of an ageing population.
Accessible via mobile phone or tablet, it is one of the innovations developed and tested by new research that set out to produce practical, low-cost mobility aids encouraging older people to get out and about and to s
Following a fully booked launch event on 24th January 2017 (Growing Older in my Greater Manch
Ambition for Ageing launches the design process for their £2.5million 'Scaled Programmes' with an exciting engagement event on 24th January 2017.
As we live longer, many of us will need support in our old age.
We will be launching a £3 million programme of work to make Greater Manchester’s neighbourhoods more age-friendly and need your help!
Charities are being invited to put in bids to three new grant funds worth a total of £4m designed to boost volunteering among the over-50s.