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Age UK London issue Press Releases and statements on a regular basis, about our campaigning work, our projects and policy areas affecting older people in London. Recent press releases and statements issued by Age UK London.


Age UK London Urges Older Londoners to get their Flu Jab as Hospital Admissions Rise


"Mixed Age" Couples Financially Better off by Splitting up Under New Government Benefit Changes


Age UK finds 198,000 Older Londoners Haven’t met up with a Friend in a Month 

Age UK London Reveals "The Evolution of Ageism"

Age UK London Hosts Staying Safe Conference

Age UK London Responds to Three-Year Tenancies Model

London Signs up to the WHO Global Network of Age Friendly Cities and Communities

Make London's Boroughs Age Friendly!

"Hidden in Plain Sight" - Seeing Beyond our Limited Expectations of Older Londoners

Age Allies Project Launches


Older Renters are "Living in Fear" in London


Age UK London Appoint New Chief Executive

Nationwide Foundation Fund Older Private Tenant Programme

Age UK London Hosts Mayoral Hustings and Launches 'Making London a Great Place to Grow Older' Mayoral Manifesto

Age UK London to Host Mayoral Hustings and Launch Mayoral Manifesto

Mayor of London Press Release - Know Your Rights: Mayor Urges Pensioners Not to Miss Out on Their Benefits


Tell Me: Age UK London Calls for Public Bodies to Hold ‘Information Open Days’

Age UK Press Release - Big Chinwag: Two Thirds of People From London Purposely Avoid Talking to Their Co-Workers

Age UK Press Release: 82% of Older Web Users in London Say Life’s Better Online

Business Directory of Trusted Traders for Older People to Launch in Barnet

Age UK Press Release - No One Should Have No One: 2.9 Million Older People Feel They Have No One to Turn to For Help and Support

For older Press Releases please contact the Age UK London Media Team.