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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"I never thought I’d have the level of confidence that I have now!”

This is the story of Carole Judd, a local woman, who is registered deaf and found herself isolated from the wider community. Two years ago, Carol's friend introduced her to a craft group which has helped her regain her confidence and develop her skills as an artist. She is no longer isolated but now...
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It only takes one person

This is the story of Zed, from the LGBT community in Birmingham, who didn't realise he was isolated until taking part in an Ageing Better in Birmingham campaign called Ageing with Pride. When Zed met Danni, younger in age and with a similar ethos to himself, the two immediately hit it off. The two w...
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Brummies with a focus on the over 50s make people “feel alive” with ballet, tap dancing, jazz and fusion.

​Weekly dance classes help older Brummies find their feet, socialise and make friends. In October last year, the dance group was successful in applying to the Ageing Better Fund, part of the Ageing Better in Birmingham programme, which focuses on reducing isolation for people over 50.  Patrick ...
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Community with a knack for beating the January blues

The most important aspect of Ageing Together Week was to highlight activities organised by local people across the city, with the aim of reducing isolation for people over 50, and help them realise they don't have to be lonely or isolated as there are activities they can join. 1 Ageing Together Week...
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