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Age UK Steals the Show at Lib Dems' Conference

Published on 22 September 2011 02:00 PM

Age UK brings seaside spirit to Lib Dems' conference in Birmingham

 

 

Age UK's seaside style photo booth was the off stage highlight of the Lib Dem conference in Birmingham. An animated image of Nick Clegg invited delegates to take their  picture holding a placard with their hopes for people in later life. The photos were then pinned up on the stand highlighting issues affecting older people. The stand, shown above with Age UK's Jen Pufky, was, constructed by the company Paper Dog and was such a success it won best stand at the conference.  And who said party conferences couldn't be fun?

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Media contact: Mallary Gelb
Contact number: 020 3033 1682
Contact email: mallary.gelb@ageuk.org.uk

 

Notes to editors:

 

Age UK

For media enquiries relating to Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland please contact the appropriate national office: Age Scotland on 0131 668 8055, Age Cymru on 029 2043 1562 and Age NI on 028 9024 5729.

Age UK is the new force combining Age Concern and Help the Aged, dedicated to improving later life.

We provide free information, advice and support to over five million people; commercial products and services to over one million customers; and research and campaign on the issues that matter to people in later life. Our work focuses on five key areas: money matters, health and well being, home and care, work and training and leisure and lifestyle. We work with our national partners, Age Scotland, Age Cymru and Age NI (together the Age UK Family), our local Age UK partners in England and local Age Concerns. We also work internationally for people in later life as a member of the DEC and with our sister charity Help Age International.

Age UK is a charitable company limited by guarantee and registered in England (registered charity number 1128267 and company number 6825798). Age Concern England and Help the Aged (both registered charities), and their trading and other associated companies merged on the 1st April 2009. Together they have formed the Age UK Group ("we").  Charitable services are offered through Age UK and commercial products are offered by the Charity's trading companies, which donate their net profits to Age UK (the Charity). 

 

Last updated: Oct 06 2017

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