Final Celebration Swinton Lions Tales and More

The two year Heritage Lottery funded project ‘Swinton Lions Tales and More’ has drawn to a close and a final celebration to say thank you to all who took part was held at Swinton Moorside Cricket Club on November 7th. ... Read more

Age Action Alliance Celebrates 1st Anniversary

The Beth Johnson Foundation is proud to be a member of Age Action Alliance as it celebrates its first anniversary, and has representatives on a number of the Alliance working groups After just over one year, the Age Action Alliance network now has overwhelming support from over 250 members from diverse public, private and voluntary sector organisations. All share a common vision to improve later life particularly for socially excluded and vulnerable older people, through engagement, partnership working and practical action. The full Anniversary Report can be downloaded below. ... Read more

New UK Central Web Resource on Ageing

Following consultation, the Beth Johnson Foundation is developing a central web resource that will act as a portal to the knowledge around ageing well held across different sites and organisations in the UK. The portal is designed to ensure that ... Read more

Tackling Loneliness

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation share the latest news in their programme highlighting how people feel isolated and lonely in their homes ... Read more

Developing Age-Friendly Cities: Policy Challenges and Options

Written for the Housing Learning and Improvement Network by Chris Phillipson, Professor of Sociology and Social Gerontology in the School of Social Sciences, University of Manchester “This viewpoint provides a ‘tour de force’ on the development of age-friendly cities within a global urban context.... ... Read more

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