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Move More

  Move More Ambassador Network  The Move More Ambassador Network has been developed to give community groups, organisations and individuals a voice in shaping strategy and decisions in the city. The network is a space to share ideas, and overcome the challenges involved in encouraging ...

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A blessing not a problem

  It’s time we saw older people as a blessing and not a problem The weekend Essay in The Times (23rd December 2017) suggests that "It’s time we saw older people as a blessing and not a problem". Society needs to stop stigmatising the older generation as bed-...

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Joining Forces
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Joining Forces

Joining Forces Age UK is Joining Forces with the MoD and SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, to help veterans born before 1950 and their families and carers. To Find out more visit Joining Forces...

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Older Veterans Christmas Lunch

Forces veterans have been treated to a slap up Christmas lunch thanks to generous Sheffield pub goers and the city’s leading older persons charity.   Regulars at The Museum pub in Orchard Square raised £250 to pay for two-course festive dinners for older veterans being supported b...

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Ward Priorities
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Ward Priorities

Ward Priorities – Sheffield City Council Closes Wednesday 14 February 2018  We would like to know what people living in Sheffield feel should be the priorities for their ward councillors. Each ward in the city has 3 councillors who work to improve things for local people and represent t...

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Dementia Cafes 2018

Dementia Cafes 2018 Our Dementia Cafes, provide information about living with dementia and other services available locally in an informal and comfortable environment. A Dementia Café is also a place to relax, socialise and meet other people with dementia and their carers. Whether you are...

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What’s on Where Guide (WOW)

  What’s on Where Guide  (WOW) As we get older it is important to remain as active as possible, not only for us to keep in physical shape, but it has been proven that exercising and socialising with others is key to improving mental health. In an attempt to combat social iso...

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Cold Homes Crisis

  Cold homes crisis prompts plea for Sheffield pensioners to donate fuel payments   Sheffield’s leading older person’s charity is asking better off pensioners to donate fuel payments to those most in need, in a desperate bid to prevent up to 250 people dying prematurely fr...

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Automated checkouts 'miserable' for elderly shoppers

  Automated checkout machines put off about a quarter of older people from going shopping, a survey from a housing charity for the elderly suggests. They can find the automated checkouts "intimidating" and "unfriendly," according to the charity, Anchor. Without someone to talk to at the ti...

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Dore and Totley People Keeping Well

Joanna Glaves Community Development Worker at Age UK Sheffield is pleased to announce the Dore and Totley People Keeping Well initial activities for everyone to enjoy and an invitation to our Christmas lunch.   Any expressions of interest can be sent to me via  ...

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