Skip to content
Please donate

Age Alliance Wales roadshow visiting Wrexham in June

Published on 03 June 2024 04:12 PM

Advice and support for older people during challenging times  

Ty Pawb, Market Street, Wrexham  

26 June 2024 – 10.30am to 2pm

Age Alliance Wales, a collection of charities providing information and services for older people, are hosting a roadshow event at the Ty Pawb in Wrexham’s Market Street this month.  

The roadshow, which is free of charge, will provide information and support on a wide range of issues relevant to older people including arthritis, stroke, and caring for a person living with dementia.    

While volunteers linked to the Royal National Institute of the Deaf (RNID Cymru) will be offering on the spot checks for hearing loss and tinnitus.  

Prime Cymru, the organisation tasked with helping older people to get back into paid work or training, will be especially important for those who want to increase their income during a cost-of-living crisis.  

The Alliance’s Chris Williams says “We know that older people in Wales are facing some really tough challenges right now as they grapple with NHS waiting times, long delays to accessing social care, and the cost-of-living crisis.    

“And we know they must face these issues on top of the normal challenges of ageing such as arthritis, hearing loss, and caring responsibilities.  

“However, we want to assure older people that they are not alone and that there are lots of organisations out there ready to offer their support.  So, I would urge any older person in the area, or their friends and relatives, to come along to the roadshow and seek the support needed for a more comfortable later life.”   

For more information call Chris Williams on 029 20431 548 or email  


Notes to Editors 

List of exhibitors:  

Versus Arthritis 


Age Connects NE Wales 


MS Society 

Alzheimer's/Memory Pathway Trust 

Age Cymru 

Stroke Organisation 

Care & Repair NE Wales 

Prime Cymru 

Deaf Blind 


Carers Wales 

Royal Voluntary Society 


Last updated: Jun 03 2024

Become part of our story

Sign up today

Back to top