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Age UK Teesside have moved

Age UK Teesside are now based out of the TAD Centre, on Ormesby Road (near Morrisons)

Calling all Knitters!

The innocent Big Knit is back and this year Age UK Teesside have a target of 2,000 little hats to top the innocent smoothie bottles and raise money for older people in winter. We can supply wool for those who need it and you can find knitting patterns in our monthly newsletter or at official Big Knit website. 

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Age UK Teesside, helping older people love later life

helping older peopleAge UK Teesside is a charity working to help older people in Hartlepool, Redcar & Cleveland, Middlesbrough and Stockton. Our staff and volunteers campaign and help over-50s with their health and wellbeing, finances and independence in their communities. We provide:

  • Social activities help older people stay active, involved and enjoying their lives
  • Information and advice, especially on entitlement to benefits, energy use and other financial needs

  • Trustees Wanted

    Age UK Teesside are seeking dynamic and passionate Trustees who would like to join an organisation who work to make a difference to the lives of older people across Middlesbrough, Redcar & Cleveland, Stockton-on-Tees and Hartlepool.

    If this sounds like you, we would love you to get in touch…..

    Please contact Anne Sykes, Chief Executive on

    01642 803322

    or email:

  • Current vacancies

    Health & Well-Being Outreach Worker (Stockton-on Tees)

    Location: Stockton-on Tees

    Reporting to: Health & Wellbeing Team Leader

    Hours: 19.5 hours per week –Tues/Wed/Thurs

    Fixed Term till end of March 2019 with possible extension

    Salary: £9.13 per hour

    Specific Responsibilities and Duties:

    To visit clients in their homes and to complete a health & well-being assessment of their physical and mental needs. To complete a Warwick-Edinburgh Well-Being assessment, identifying clients’ interests and assisting them to access activities in the community relevant to their interests.

    To introduce volunteer befrienders to clients and to support them in their relationship development. To support volunteer befrienders in assisting clients with similar interests to establish small neighbourhood groups amongst themselves.

    To assist in identifying activities for clients and establishing regular groups in community venues and supporting with the service delivery.