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Free Wills Month

This March, you can make sure your loved ones are looked after and leave a gift to help us continue our vital work.

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Rose and Sarah met through Age UK befriending

"In the winter they're very long, lonely nights," says Rose. "I started looking for friends and that's how I was introduced to Sarah."

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A note reads: "In my advancing years I have to spend longer hours at home, so watching TV is not just a pastime but a necessity. TV is my "life support machine!""

"TV is my life support machine"

Hear from people who'll be affected by proposals to remove the right to a free TV licence for the over 75s, in their own powerful words.

Wendy Mitchell: life with dementia

Wendy Mitchell was diagnosed with Alzheimer's aged 58. She talks about learning to deal with her diagnosis and how her daughters have helped her along the way.

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