Two great opportunities to tell your community what it's like to live alone or care for a partner in later life.
As part of the 'No one should have no one' Campaign, Age UK Wakefield District is working with St George's Community Centre to hold two events for older people, living on their own or caring for a partner, to share their experiences with local groups. These groups can then plan how to help older people in the community access their activities more easily. There are lots of different ways people can have their say.
Please join us in:
St George's Community Centre
Broadway, Lupset, WF2 8AA
Wednesday, 15 March 2017
Wednesday, 29 March 2017
Anytime between 10.00am & 4.00pm
Cream teas provided for all
Free return transport available for people living in the Lupset and Thornes area
We believe it is important that you decide how you would like to contribute and can offer the following options....
Come to one of the events and we will help you to
- complete a questionnaire
- record your voice on audio
- record yourself on video
Or bring a prepared item with you
- paint a picture
- write a letter
- compose a peom
If it is difficult for you to attend, but you want to be heard, send your contribution to 'Why no one should have no one', Age UK Wakefield District, 7 Bank Street, Castleford, WF10 1JD
For free local transport, please ring Sheena at St George's Community Centre on 01924 369631