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Our Home Help Service

Our Home Help Service is available if you are over 50 and need help with housework, shopping, prescription collection, etc. Call us now on 01234 36051001234 360510.

Read more about our Home Help Service

The Big Knit 2014

The Big Knit 2014

Raise money for Age UK Bedfordshire by getting involved with Age UK and innocent’s Big Knit campaign 2014. You can make a difference by knitting some mini hats to help us keep older people warm in winter.

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Find out how you can get involved

Support us and Love Later Life

Make a donation to help older people

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Fundraise for Older People

Support us and help raise funds for all older people in Bedfordshire and Luton. Join in and fundraise, have fun and donate to a good cause.

Check out our ideas and methods to fundraise.

Find out how you can get involved

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We're here to help more people love later life

As we grow older we all face new challenges but that doesn’t stop us from wanting a fulfilling, independent later life.

Age UK Bedfordshire is passionate that everyone should be able to make the most of later life.

Donate to help older people today

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Advice & support

Drop in, call or email to arrange an appointment or a home visit for advice on many issues affecting later life.

Information, Advice and Support

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Local directory

Find out about our charity shops and where to find us across Bedfordshire.

Local directory and map

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VOICE

Read and download our VOICE magazine and see our latest news from around the county.

VOICE

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Gardening Service

Our Gardening service is available to over 50s living in Bedfordshire and Luton, providing local gardeners to keep your garden neat and tidy all year round.

Spread the Warmth

This winter 24,000 older people may not survive the cold weather - that's 200 unnecessary deaths a day.