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Information and Advice

Age Cymru Gwent offers a free and confidential information and advice service for older people, their families and carers.

For any information and advice queries or to make a referral, please contact the Age Cymru Advice Line on 0300 303 44 98 charged at local rate (open between 9:00am and 4:00pm, Monday - Friday) or Email:

Information guides and factsheets available

If you would be interested in volunteering as an adviser, visit our volunteering page to find out more.

Later Life Goals Project    

Are you receiving your state retirement pension, and experiencing a significant life event?

Examples of this could be:

  • a bereavement
  • divorce, separation or relationship breakdown
  • health problems or increased care needs
  • changes in your housing needs or circumstances
  • changes in your financial circumstances.

Do you feel lonely and isolated?

Would you like information, advice and support to help you with your situation?

Our trained Later Life Goals Advisor can work with you to identify what you would like to achieve following this transition point in your life.

To make a referral please contact Angela on:

Telephone - 01633 763330

This service is provided FREE OF CHARGE and is funded by the support of the Masonic Charitable Foundation as part of the Age UK Later Life Goals Programme.

Age Cymru's - The HOPE Project

HOPE (Helping others participate and engage) is a partnership project between; Age Cymru, Age Cymru local partners and Age Connects Wales partners across the whole of Wales. HOPE will deliver advocacy for older people (50+) and carers across Wales.
HOPE is funded by Welsh Government under the Sustainable Social Services Grant until the end of March 2023.
This exciting new project will be supporting people to; engage, participate, gain information, have their voices heard, understand their rights, make choices, be involved, share experiences, raise awareness of advocacy, and develop skills and knowledge.

Contact Janet Elland, HOPE Project Officer, on 07943 186766
or email: