You can find lots of things to get involved in here. Whether it’s a day out, a regular activity, class or hobby that you’re looking for there’s something for everyone.
If you want to see what’s happening this week or in your area visit our Events & Activities section.
As an adult, your health is a priority. We have compiled a list of handy tips that will help you to stay fit and healthy and to improve your general wellbeing.
When going out and about it is useful to find where your nearest accessible toilets and other facilities are.
Abuse can take many different forms. It can be emotional, physical, sexual, financial, discriminatory, psychological, organisational, domestic, neglect, self neglect or modern slavery.
Instigated by the Elders Council, partners working together to promote healthy ageing and older people’s month in October each year.
Airport assistance is available if you have mobility issues or a disability. Assistance can be arranged before you fly to help make your travel easier. Book early to ensure everything is in place.
Anti-social behaviour can range from dropping litter to serious harassment. It can have a major negative effect on your health and your quality of life.
Being active is key to leading an independent life. Doing a little bit of activity regularly can make a real difference to your health.
People who call unexpectedly at your home are not always who they say they are and while you might think you are being rude by refusing someone entry into your home, remember it is your property and your decision whether to invite them in.
This fund is available for carers to take breaks and opportunities that give them choice, independence and control to improve their health and wellbeing. The fund is currently closed.
It can sometimes be difficult to keep children and young people occupied, so if you are responsible for entertaining your children or grandchildren you may find some of these suggestions useful.