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People needed for research on long-term physical health conditions

Manchester Metropolitan University are looking for Greater Manchester residents over 65 to participate in research around ageing in place with long-term physical health conditions. PhD...

Bolton’s Octagon launches summer of free creative events for over 50s

The Octogan theatre's 'ReAct' project is running lots of activities this summer - with some of the North West's most exciting artists getting involved...

The Big Butterfly Count: six species you can spot across Greater Manchester

If you find yourself out in the garden or out for a stroll in your nearby park or woods over the coming weeks, be...

TEK Eagles takes flight: technology skills project coming to Salford

A new technology skills project for people aged 60 and over in Greater Manchester is landing in Salford. TEK Eagles has successfully run in Bury,...
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Join Us: My Gen launches a new book club – with 10 FREE books on offer

Talking About My Generation has launched a new book club and wants you to join in. And to help you get started - we are...

Are you sitting comfortably?

“Then I will begin” - said Daphne Oxenford on the cult children’s radio programme “Listen With Mother” in January 1950. “Listen With Mother” was broadcast...

New large print book launched to keep visually impaired reading

Swinton-based creative writing group SWit’CH has published a collection of short stories in large print format for readers with a visual impairment like Macular...

What’s For Tea, Bob? 

Bob Alston from Tameside gives us his and his wife Dawn’s lockdown diet lowdown as part of our “What’s For Tea” series in partnership...

What’s For Tea, Susan? 

Susan Mottram from Swinton, Salford gives us her lockdown diet lowdown as part of our “What’s For Tea” series in partnership with the GM...

What’s For Tea, Jean?   

Jean Friend from Chadderton, Oldham gives us her lockdown diet lowdown as part of our “What’s For Tea” series in partnership with the GM...
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