We create and deliver a programme of high-quality conferences and events aimed at our professional audiences.
Our core events include our annual conference For Later Life; activity at the annual party conferences; a range of exhibitions; invitation-only receptions; seminars; and round tables.
To find out more about any of our events or to discuss sponsorship opportunities, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Age UK's annual conference will take place on Wednesday 18th November in London. To be notified when registration opens, please send your contact details to email@example.com with the subject title 'For Later Life mailing list'.
Details of last year's For Later Life conference are available here.
Age UK, British Red Cross and the Royal Voluntary Service have teamed up to put on a free series of debates at Tavis House, tackling the big issues for older people across health and care in the lead up to the General Election in 2015.
The next debate - Towards a new era of partnership in health and care - is due to take place on Tuesday 24th February 2015. To register your interest in attending, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Every year, Age UK hosts a lecture in collaboration with Kings College London in memory of David Hobman, the first Director of Age Concern England.
This year's lecture was delivered by Lord Geoffrey Filkin CBE on the topic of 'the benefits of an ageing society'. You can listen to his speech in full on the KCL website.
To register your interest in attending the next Hobman Lecture, email email@example.com
Age UK exhibited as part of the Care and Support Alliance (CSA) and put on a series of fringe events at all three party conferences.
Age UK at the Labour Party Conference
Age UK at the Conservative Party Conference
Age UK at the Liberal Democrat Party Conference
Age UK's Integrated Care team exhibited at Best Practice 2014, which took place from 22-23 October 2014 at Birmingham NEC. Find out more about Age UK's award winning integrated care pathway and download a copy of the report here.
This event took place on 2nd-3rd September at the University of Warwick, and was aimed to support and assist local Age UKs who have a live service development or improvement challenge in relation to NHS commissioning.
View more past conferences and events
Our annual overview of how public policy is meeting the needs of people in later life.
Find out what Age UK does, its history and much more.
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