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London Age is Age UK London’s quarterly stakeholder magazine, distributed among third sector organisations, individuals in London’s local and regional government and those working in the health and social care sectors.

Each issue invites experts from across the public and third sectors to share their knowledge and expertise on pressing current issues that affect London’s older people.

  • Autumn 2018

    Coming Soon!

  • Summer 2018

    Following on from the announcement that London is set to join the WHO's Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities and Communities, this edition of London Age celebrates all that our incredibly diverse capital has to offer by learning from a series of experts across a range of perspectives. 

  • Spring 2018

    With London borough council elections rapidly approaching, this edition of London Age acts as a guide to the main issues affecting older Londoners. From our manifesto, to the views of councillors from the three main parties, this is your guide to the upcoming local elections on May 3rd.

  • Autumn 2017

    We look to future in this edition of London Age, as we discuss a number of ways that London can become as age friendly as possible. Councillor Richard Livingstone starts things off by updating us on the ways in which Southwark Council has been adapting to support older people in the borough.

  • Summer 2017

    This edition of London Age is dedicated to celebrating our past projects and looking forward to the successes still to come. We start by saying goodbye to our hugely successful "Fit 4 Purpose" project, before introducing you to our brand new programmes "Age Allies" and "The Way Ahead".

  • Spring 2017

    This edition of London Age focusses on the plight of older private sector tenants in London. We feature a national report from Age UK, Ageing in Squalor and Distress, and a report on the poor conditions many private renters around the country are living in.

  • Winter 2016

    This edition of London Age focusses on air quality in London. Andrea Lee tells us how the Healthy Air Campaign are winning the fight against the Government over their failure to comply with their own standards and Cllr Maisie Anderson answers the question ‘whose problem is air quality?’

  • Autumn 2016

    In this issue we focus upon older people and the arts: Joyce Wilson tells us why Arts Council England fund arts for older people; David Slater ponders the effects of older people’s arts programmes globally; and Kurban Haji shares the impact the arts have had upon his life.

  • Spring 2016

    In this issue we look at whether or not London is 'age friendly'. Anna Dixon tells us why she wants to see London become age friendly and Cllr Stephanie Cryan tells us what Southwark are doing to make the entire borough age friendly.

  • Winter 2015 (Dec)

    In this issue we look at the journey 'Bolder Voices' have made on their way to a new film, 'Love That Freedom Pass!'; Transport for London give us an insight into their Customer Service Training; we hear about Boris & Ingrid, a new play exploring age issues.

  • Autumn 2015

    This edition of London Age focusses on different aspects of housing for older Londoners. Maria Brenton considers a cohousing project in London and the Age UK London Trading team give an insight into adapting your home for older age.

  • Spring 2015

    Read our latest edition focussing on dementia. We have articles from Esther Watts about making London dementia friendly and Claire Gaulier tells us about her book 'Dementia, Culture and Ethnicity'.

  • Winter 2015 (Jan)

    Read about the plans for our 2015 'Tell Me!' campaign, the work done by Music in Hospitals, and London Councils work on Freedom Pass renewals.

  • Autumn 2014

    Read about Big Energy Saving Week, WellVine, Transport for London's latest road safety campaign, Song for London and how you could leave a legacy.

  • Spring 2014

    Read about Age UK London's latest campaign with Transport for All, the work that was done with MGCFutures theatre group, and the latest from Capital Age Festival.

  • Winter 2014

    Read about Age UK London's latest report, 'Wealth of the Web' and how organisations in London are tackling the issue of Digital Inclusion.