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Welcome to the May 2015 Edition of our Age Friendly Nottingham bulletin featuring brief articles on local and national news, events and information that relate to people aged 50+ in the city. We hope that you will share it widely through your networks, encouraging others to sign up to receive future copies and contribute to the content. If you or an organisation you represent would like an item included in future editions please email email@example.com.
Age Friendly Nottingham (AFN) aims to make Nottingham a
great place to grow old.
Its important that we all enjoy our later life and part of
that is being actively engaged with other age groups and our local areas. Older people are already the bedrock of civil
society but we could do so much more.
Our families, neighbours and communities need us and we need to remain
connected in later life. To help that
happen, we all need to end the ageism that hinders the contributions that older
people can and do make.
International Older Peoples Day is held annually on 1
October and in 2015 AFN would like to celebrate contributions of those older
people in the city who are breaking the stereotypical image of ageing or making
a real difference to the lives of others.
To let us know of a 50+ champion in the city please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Councillor Eunice Campbell
Nottingham's Older Citizens' Champion