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Keep up to day with all the events we have planned at Age UK Bristol.

Up and Coming Events


Charity Concert

Age UK Bristol are holding a Charity Concert with International Pianist Simon Callaghan performing with the Bristol Symphony Orchestra, for more information see links below:


AGE UK Event Page:



Past Events


Care Planning

Worried about some one with dementia? Worried about the cost of care in later life? Do you care for a loved one? Are you aware of the coming changes about funding for care?


Bluebird Care are hosting a free event on the 5th November 2014 at the Mshed from 10am until 1pm, Age UK Bristol along with other partenrs will be at the event. If you would like to attend please contact 08447280004 or


IT and Tech Party                                             

Age UK Bristol will be hosting an IT and Tech Party with volunteers from Barclays Bank coming into help the over 55's with all their gadgets so if you have a Tablet, Laptop, Camera, Smart Phone or any other piece of technology you need help with bring it along and let us help. These will be held in our central offices and there will be 3 sessions taking place on the day if you would like to book into one of these please contactTanya Vasquez on 0117 929 7537.


Challenges to Sucsseful Ageing                           Age UK Bristol logo

Age UK Bristol/Brunelcare Research Forum event                                                                       

Wednesday 8th October 2014 at Engineers House 12pm until 4.45pm                                                                                                                                  

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For bookings please got to

The Personalisation Agenda - Success or Failure for Older People?

An Age UK Bristol/Brunelcare Research Forum eventAge UK Bristol logo


Time, date and place

Wednesday 10th October 2012, 12pm - 4:45pm

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Engineers House

Clifton, Bristol



Download the Research Forum leaflet


A new era for Age UK Bristol - launch of our new name!

Age UK BristolOn the 1st November 2010, Age UK Bristol celebrated its rebranding by unveiling a giant Age UK Bristol banner in the grounds of Arnos Manor Hotel. Staff, colleagues, volunteers, service users, media representatives, the Lord Mayor of Bristol and the city’s Town Crier joined together for a series of speeches, tea and cake.


Find out more about our new name

Happy feetHappy Feet: Age UK Bristol launch its new footcare service

Age UK Bristol has launched a new, affordable toenail cutting service for people over 55 in Withywood and Lawrence Weston. Many local people attended the launch, including the Lord Mayor who came to show showed support and have a footcare treatment of his own!


View our pictures from the new footcare event 

Down But Not Out: Age UK Bristol's Depression Awareness Week

As many as one in four older people in Bristol are blighted by depression, according to a report published by Age Concern England.


However, most are not getting any support because the illness is often wrongly seen as a natural part of getting older. In October, Age UK Bristol organised an important week of events to draw local attention to the issues of isolation and depression and improve the quality of life for older people.


Read more about Depression Awareness Week event

Celebrating Age FestivalCelebrating Age Festival

Age UK Bristol was delighted to have a stall at the final day of the Celebrating Age Festival, which was held at the Colston Hall on Saturday the 11th September. This autumn's Celebrating Age Festival was a great success - with an estimated 3,500 visitors attending!


Find out more about Celebrating Age Festival

Something to sing about: end of project celebration for the Age UK Bristol Go Getters

Go GettersMusic and laughter floated out of the French doors of the Arnos Manor Hotel on the 2nd June 2010 as Age UK Bristol celebrated the end of a three year Lottery funded Community Development Project.


The Go Getters (older people who with Age UK Bristol's support have come together to engage other older people in their local communities) arrived in their droves. What started as a small project with just fifteen Go Getters has now expanded and has over seventy, who over the period of the project have reached over four hundred older people across South Bristol!


Find out more about our Go Getters


14 March 2010, Getting On – true stories of growing older in 21st century Britain

Age UK Bristol drew attention to older people's issues this month, hosting the moving play Getting On at the Tobacco Factory Theatre. This production has been created by London based Theatre Company Ice and Fire who specialise in daring and thought provoking outreach work.

Read more about the Getting On play

No Time For Crime eventNo Time For Crime

Singing rang through the Withywood Centre last Tuesday as The Golden Oldies (Withywood’s Older people’s singing group) opened Age UK Bristol’s No Time for Crime event. '…And its hands off our silver tea sets!...' they sang enthusiastically to the tune of Hi Ho Silver Lining, joined by the other 80 attendees who all held copies of the aptly adapted lyrics.


Other tunes included ‘Bogus Caller’, a catchy version of ‘Pretty Woman’ and a version of the well know Elvis tune Return to Sender which referred to bogus junk mail which is regularly posted through older people’s doors.


Find out more about No Time For Crime