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About Friends Ageing Better (FAB)

Friends Ageing Better is a community of older people who share what is happening in the city while building relationships with like-minded people who live locally. 

Sign up below to recieve our weekly e-newsletter, which includes information on local and online events, activities you can take part in from the comfort of your own home, and ideas on keeping active during the current pandemic. 

Check out our latest e-newsletter here

Read our latest paper newsletter to FAB members here

 

How do I become a member?

Become a member of FAB - it’s free! You will be invited to local events including catch-up cafes* and be eligible for discounts from businesses and get invites to special online events.

*Please note that due to the current coronavirus pandemic, we are not running any face-to-face events or activities. We aim to begin them again as soon as it's safe to do so. Please check back regularly for updates or call our reception on 0117 929 7537.

Fill in the form below to become a member. Please make sure to include your full postal address so that we can send you your FAB Membership Card through the post. 

Are you on Facebook?

So are we! You can join our Facebook Group ‘Friends Ageing Better – FAB Bristol’ to find and share information about FAB Cafés, events and activities happening in Bristol.

 

Useful information for members

For more information about Friends Ageing Better, you can contact Clare Mitchell or Silvia Jimenez Cruz on 0117 440 4301 or by email fab@ageukbristol.org.uk. Please note, between us, we work Monday to Thursday. 

This project is funded by Bristol Ageing Better and delivered in partnership with Bristol Older People's Forum

Support Hub for Older People

A new Support Hub for older people and their families to cope with the impact of coronavirus [COVID-19] in Bristol.