In Camden, we are fortunate that talented and committed people are bringing the generations together.
We hope in the future to see more and more people joining the Network and providing more activities.
Camden Intergenerational Week was in October 2017, which was a great opportunity to raise awareness of the great multi-generational events and activities going on in Camden. There’s a growing recognition that the Network’s job is to serve as a platform, showcasing our members’ activities rather than running things directly. The Network has the potential to influence community development and address the increasingly segregation by age and promote its benefits.
We will keep people informed of future events, meetings and how to get involved.
John Miles is the Chair of the Camden Intergenerational Network.
To find out more, attend our next forum, or get involved with the Network, get in touch.
This meeting was given over to members to share their news, ideas and work. We heard from North London Cares, UCL Student Volunteering and about a fantastic multi-generational theatre production at The Kiln.
We had 30 members attend the event and heard from two fascinating speakers who shared their research on Making Intergenerational Connections and Intergenerational Cities.
Following the success of our last meeting (the most age-diverse group ever!) we are very happy to announce the next meeting of the Network will take place on Wednesday 8th May at Tavis House, Tavistock Square.
John Miles, Chair of the Camden Intergenerational Network, reflects on how far the network has come and and where it is headed.
Camden Intergenerational Week works across Camden’s diverse communities to forge and strengthen long-lasting, intercultural and personal relationships, with a focus on intergenerational connections. We are pleased to share our short film!
Camden Health Kick is a new three-year intergenerational project offering local Camden residents new, fun, free, and engaging healthy living activities for people of all ages.