Bristol Charities are working with LinkAge to set up a Community Development Project for older people in Hotwells and Redcliffe.
The project is funded as part of a legacy from the Lady Haberfield Almshouse Charity, who have worked in the Hotwells and Redcliffe area over the past 40 years.
The aim of the project is to work with people 50 + in the Hotwells, Harbourside and Redcliffe area, to facilitate inspiring social activities that enrich lives and reduce isolation/loneliness through active participation.
Hotwells, Harbourside and Redcliffe Over 50s Community Action Groups
Bristol Charities is hosting meetings for anyone interested in having their say on the development of new activities, projects and services for over 50s in Redcliffe, Hotwells and the Harbourside.
Come along if you have any ideas, experience or knowledge that you would like to share, or if you would like to simply chat or hear about what's going on. All are welcome!
Free transport will be provided for those who will find it difficult to get there, and refreshments will also be provided free of charge.
The Redcliffe event will be taking place on Saturday 30th September, from 11:30am – 1pm at Dr White's Almshouse, Prewett Street. The Hotwells & Harbourside event will be taking place on Saturday 30th September, from 3 – 4pm at Salt Cafe, 120 St George's Road (accessible entrance from Anchor Road).
Please RSVP by Monday 25th September to David Fakray on 07584 278 937 or email email@example.com.
What's on for Over 50s in Hotwells, Harbourside and Redcliffe
Bristol Charities are producing a What's on Guide for Over 50s in Hotwells, Harbourside and Redcliffe. If you have an event, activity or service which you would like to be included in the guide, then please get in touch. Local businesses will also have the opportunity to advertise.
Please contact David Fakray on 07584 278 937 or email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible, as this guide will be sent to print at the beginning of September.
Bristol Charities is part of the LinkAge Network.