You are invited to Ageing Better in Camden’s latest learning seminar launching our new research report: "What makes groups welcoming for older people and why does it matter?"
Thank you to everyone who attended the Camden Intergenerational (CIN) meeting on Friday 13th September 2019 – we had a good turn out with 21 people attending.
Ageing Better in Camden has come a long way in the last four years. The delivery partnership has grown from a small circle of six organisations and a handful of local older people to now funding and working together with 30 community organisations reaching 7,000 older people in Camden in order to tackle social isolation and loneliness among older people.
Benches are a place to take a break, enjoy a moment of contemplation or have a catch up. Kilburn Older Voices Exchange (KOVE) share their insight on years of community campaigning, working with the council and local residents to get more benches in the places where older residents need them most. This is what they learnt.
Older and younger neighbours got together in Islington last month for a very special evening of musical entertainment. The gang welcomed four time UK beat boxing champion Grace Savage in for a performance of this incredible art form.
John Miles and Ageing Better in Camden are happy to announce the next meeting of the Camden Intergenerational Network.
This week Alt.Cmd launched in the Camden area — a technology project aimed at building a new type of economy supporting the local area. It was co-founded by Camden Town Unlimited, Euston Town, Dark Matter Labs, and Future Cities Catapult. The goal is to develop a new type of local, democratic institution for public good and change within the city. Find out how to get involved.