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We recently said a heartfelt thank you and goodbye to Tommas Zavattaro, a longstanding volunteer running LinkAge’s ‘Southbank Film Club’. However, endings always bring new beginnings and we are delighted to introduce our new volunteer, Mike Bingham, to the role.

Lawrence Hill, Easton & Ashley found themselves dancing, singing and enjoying a cake or two as part of the Celebrating Age Festival events this month.

As part of the Celebrating Age Festival three Wellbeing Days in Henbury & Brentry, Lawrence Weston & Shirehampton have taken place.

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Choga, New Age Kurling, Ping Pong, Painting, Line Dancing, Computers and the new Get Up Stand Up film, these are some of the brilliant activities on offer at our celebration day at the Broadmead Baptist church in the town centre this Thursday. We’d love you to come along, have a go, meet new people and have fun!

On the 5th September Linkage were thrilled to be invited to open the annual South West Seniors Network Conference at the Winter Gardens in Weston-super-Mare. LinkAge Line Dancers gave a demonstration of their demon dance steps, then conference delegates were serenaded by the Malcolm X Golden Oldies singing group.

If you settled down at the weekend to watch the sequins fly during Strictly Come Dancing, then we have just the activity for you! Qualified dance tutor Norma Daykin is launching a new Fit Steps class at The Beehive Centre on Thursday 2 October.

Would you like to help shape projects that bring Young People and Older People together in a meaningful way? The chance to share your skills, knowledge and experience with others?