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My experiences on public transport – from an older adult with long term disabilities

Maria Mleczko, one of our Age of Experience members, writes about her experiences of using public transport:  "My experiences on public transport – from an older adult with long term disabilities" I am aware that this piece of writing may not resonate with everyone, but if I assist in giving ju...
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Daffodils

Richard, one of our Age of Experience members, writes beautifully about daffodils. Or really, he writes about life, about connections and feeding your soul. We hope you enjoy, the poem that follows.  Daffodils I read this tapestry the other day. If you have two loaves of bread: Give one to...
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Tyburn residents increase accessibility for neighbours

"We are looking for solutions that make the environment more inclusive for people over 50 who live here and we do that by working with Tyburn people of all ages." Ridhi Kalaria, Community Engagement Officer, Sustrans Sustrans, a charity that helps create places that are walkable and cycle-frien...
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Chatting at the bus stop

Have a moan, you're not alone. Waiting on the bus can be an excellent opportunity to chat to others. Diane, our guest blogger and one of our Age of Experience members* is writing about the value of connecting with people when we're out an about.   Hello! I've always enjoyed a good chat. Sharing...
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Christmas at Nan's - A poem

Turkey in the oven Brussels on the hob - Yeuk! Carols on the telly Roasties almost cooked. Crackers on the table Knives and forks for all; Bang! The power's gone again Give the Electric Board a call! Everyone fed and watered: Nan's time for an afternoon nap. "Fancy a game of Ludo, dad?" "No a walk: ...
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