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Up to £10,000 available for new, innovative community projects that can help older people over 50

As Ageing Better in Birmingham enters its final years, we are keen to ensure that local, community-led grassroots projects are able to test out new and exciting ways of engaging with older people and beginning the process of making local neighbourhoods and communities more age-friendly. Through the ...
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£4.9million in grants to benefit of older people, people with disabilities and people with mental health conditions in Birmingham.

If you're connected with a local group or organisation supporting adults, they might be eligible to apply for a grant from Birmingham City Council. The council has approved spending of up to £4.9 million over the next three years in Prevention and Communities. This approach will invest the Council's...
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Birmingham Walking Football team achieve World Cup glory

The team celebrates in their kit
A group of friends who formed a football team to help tackle feelings associated with isolation, bereavement and marriage breakdown are reveling in World Cup glory after winning the title for England at the first ever Walking Football World Cup last weekend (June 1 and 2).Men United AKA Pele's Pearl...
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Ageing Better in Birmingham at Birmingham Pride Festival 2019!

This weekend we are particularly excited about InteGreat Theatre's participation in the Birmingham Pride Festival - with a float supported by Ageing Better in Birmingham.Join InteGreat Theatre as they participate in this year's Birmingham Pride Festival - with an AMAZING float and performances by me...
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Age Friendly Tyburn - report launch

Sustrans is delivering Age Friendly Tyburn, a project to reduce social isolation by creating positive long-term improvements on the physical environment of this area of North Birmingham. They are supporting the residents as co-designers to identify aspects of the urban environment that make travel a...
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