Posts From 2018

Arts4Wellbeing 

Age Friendly Communities Case Studies 
Bill, Chrissie, Christine and Honor all volunteer with Arts4Wellbeing. Arts4Wellbeing organise groups and activities to bring people together through arts and creativity, and is coordinated by Mike and Sara.
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  24/10/2018
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Care and support in Wales is changing 

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How Solva in Pembrokeshire is working to become more age-friendly in response to the Social Services and Wellbeing Act.
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  24/10/2018
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Everyone’s Future - Year 2 evaluation 

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Highlights from the Everyone's Future intergenerational project run by Vibe Creative in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan.
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  24/10/2018
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Gaynor: COPA (Cymru Older People’s Alliance) 

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Gaynor is the chair of COPA (Cymru Older People’s Alliance), a member of Pembrokeshire 50+ Forum and an active volunteer in her community.
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  24/10/2018
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Gill & Maureen: Solva Care 

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Gill and Maureen volunteer with Solva Care, a community project set up by Solva Community Council to provide support and help for those who need it locally.
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  24/10/2018
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Gwanwyn club 

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Alan, Carol, Kate and Julia are members of the Gwanwyn arts club in Aberystwyth, which is coordinated by Martine. The club was inspired by the activities of the annual Gwanwyn festival organised by Age Cymru, which celebrates creativity in older age.
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  24/10/2018
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Jeanette, Linette & Ray: Moorland Community Centre 

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Jeanette, Linette and Ray volunteer at Moorland Community Centre in Splott, which puts on a range of services and activities for older people.
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  24/10/2018
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Pete & Steve: Prestatyn Artisans Collective 

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Pete and Steve volunteer with Prestatyn Artisans Collective, an arts and craft centre based in the Old Library in Prestatyn which supports a range of community groups and activities.
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  24/10/2018
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Shabir: Community Connector 

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Shabir is a Community Connector working for Newport City Council, with a focus on BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) communities. The Connectors support older people to keep in touch with local activities, groups and clubs.
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  24/10/2018
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