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Source : Age Cymru
Published on 31 July 2013 03:30 PM
Remember to come and have a chat and a cuppa with Age Cymru at the National Eisteddfod 2013.
We’ll be in Denbigh to give advice on how to put more money in your pocket, Attendance Allowance and changes to the State Pension Age.
Show-goers can also learn about and sign up to support Age Cymru’s ‘Scams and swindles’ campaign to protect older people from scams.
Volunteers from our Nordic Walking programme will also be on our stand on Friday and Saturday to give Nordic Walking demonstrations.
Meryl Randell-Jones, Our Head of Marketing, says:
“Come and have a chat and a cuppa with Age Cymru if you’re in Denbigh for the National Eisteddfod of Wales - we’re near the Urdd and S4C stands, close to the Performance Stage.
“We’ll make you tea or coffee and you can speak to our team about almost anything you want to – we’ve got information and advice guides available on a range of issues.
“You can pick up a copy of our ‘More Money in your Pocket’ guide, find out about volunteering opportunities at Age Cymru and learn about and sign up to support our new ‘Scams and swindles’ campaign.
“We’ve got our ‘Care Home Checklist’ available on the stand; you can try your hand at surfing the internet and even buy some bilingual Age Cymru Christmas cards, and enter our ‘Guess my name’ competition for a chance to win our knitted clown.
“And don’t forget to pop round on Friday and Saturday to meet our Nordic Walking Programme volunteers and have a go at Nordic Walking yourself.”
Out and about with Age Cymru this summer
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