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Age UK London sends out a monthly e-newsletter to provide updates and information on our latest campaigns as well as news and events from across London's age sector.

You can read each edition below and click here if you would like to subscribe.

2023 Newsletters

  • December 2023

    In this edition of our newsletter we review our year and the campaigns we have worked on alongside our supporters and campaigners. We look forward to the year ahead and the London Mayoral Elections. 

  • November Newsletter

    This month we bring news that the Mayor has launched his Age Friendly Action Plan for London. We are really pleased to see this happen after many years of campaigning.  We share our age-friendly blogs and mention our Winter Health Events. 

  • October Newsletter

    This month we launch our poverty report and report back on our attendance at the Cost-of-living conference at City Hall. We invite you to our Winter Health Event and introduce our latest blog. 

  • September Newsletter Part II

    This month we bring you our report Older Londoners: the highs and lows of living in the captial. We launch this report ahead of the International Day of Older People, the result of commissioned research carried out with over 1,000 Londoners over the age of 60.

2023 Newsletters

  • September Newsletter

    In September we sent out two newsletters having missed in August. This first newsletter invites our readers to the 50th celebrations of the Freedom Pass and ask you to get in touch if you want to submit a cross-party council motion

  • July Newsletter

    This month we encourage our readers to get involved in the consultation on ticket office closures. We talk toilets and our London Loos campaign and our team go to Westminster.

  • June Newsletter

    This month we look at summer health and how to overcome dehydration during the hot weather despite worrying about lack of toilets! We also give an update about our forthcoming poverty report 

  • May Newsletter

    This month we discuss the London Loos Campaigners event where they presented the campaigns in the Boroughs so far and kick off two campaigns in two new boroughs. 

2023 Newsletters

  • April Newsletter

    This month we invite you to the latest digital campaign training update on our the online scam survey in partnership with Community Fibre and an invitation to this years David Hobson Lecture. 

  • March Newsletter

    This month our CEO speaks about poverty and the over 50's at the GLA Economies Committee and a win regarding Dial-a-Ride hours of operation and and updatee regarding our London Loos campaigners 

  • February Newsletter

    This month our support for the Mayor's Pension Credit campaign, pensioner poverty, our digital campaiging workshiop, Voter ID and Age UK's We Cant Wait for Care campaign

  • January Newsletter

    This month the Mayor announces his decision on the pre-9am suspension and we launch our Access Denied: accessing council services without the internet report

2022 Newsletters

  • December Newsletter

    This month our newsletter gives an update on the pre-9am suspension, introduces our Digital Campaigning Training and more. 

  • November Newsletter

    This month our newsletter focussed on our pre-9am petition which was handed in by a group of our supporters to City Hall. 

2022 Newsletters

  • October 2022

    This month we celebrate our Mind the Digital Gap campaign win 

  • September 2022

    This month we launch our London Loos Paper outlining the results of our survey.

  • August 2022

    This month as part of our Mind the Digital Gap campaign we are looking for local Campaign Champions in four boroughs.

  • July 2022

    We share our new report the Dial-a-Ride: From Door to More working in partnership with disability charity Transport for All.

Past newsletters

  • May 2022

    This month we ask supporters to take part in our London Loos Survey and talk about our Spring Booster Campaign.

  • March 2022

    This month, we present you our manifesto for the upcoming 2022 local elections and update you on our London Loos campaign.

  • February 2022

    In this month's newsletter, you'll find an important update on our Mind the Digital campaign. 

  • January 2022

    We kick off 2022 with updates on our main campaigns as well as a call to save the 60+ Oyster card for future generations. 

  • December 2021

    This December, we ask for your support with our latest petition and give you an update on our London Loos campaign.

  • November 2021

    This November, we launched London Loos as part of our Out and About campaign, calling for better public toilet provision in the capital.

  • October 2021

    This month is very campaign heavy! We talk winter vaccines, raise awareness of older Londoners in poverty and tease our upcoming campaign.

  • September 2021

    This September, we give you an update on our travel campaign and ask for your input on a public toilet survey.

  • August 2021

    This month, we give you a bit of an update on our 'Mind the digital gap' report and reflect on the introduction of e-scooters in London.

  • July 2021

    This month's newsletter is a special focusing on digital inclusion. Take a look at our latest report and support our campaign.

  • June 2021

    This month, we mark the one year anniversary since concessionary travel for older Londoners was suspended.

  • May 2021

    This month, we reflect on the results of the latest London Mayoral Election and we give you a bit of an update. 

  • April 2021

    This month’s newsletter is a special edition focussing on the upcoming London elections. Show your support for an age-friendly London.

  • March 2021

    This month, we present you two major events that we organised: our Hustings event and our big conversation around Covid-19 vaccines.

  • February 2021

    This month, we report on our Covid-19 vaccine event, give you ways to stay active during this lockdown and introduce our next campaign.

  • January 2021

    Welcome to our first newsletter of 2021. This January, we share some good news around our transport campaign.