Monthly Archive:: January 2017

Shirley Baker open day Saturday 11 March 11am–4pmBetween1960–1980 Salford born photographer Shirley Baker photographed the inner city communities of Manchester and Salford as their terraced homes were demolished to be replaced by high-rise living. In May 2017, a touring exhibition of Baker’s photographs, including many previously unseen colour images

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Migration and Families in Europe: National and Local Perspectives at a Time of Euroscepticism Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 February 2017 The conference will explore a range of topics on family migration including ageing and elderly migration; refugee families; parenting and migrant children; family migration policies and practices; and

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Buzz news and events: Please find below information on support for anyone affected by Stroke, Creating Age Friendly Communities through Eating event, volunteering opportunities as a Digital Mentor and a training opportunity around funding. I hope you find this useful.   Support for People affected by Stroke   The

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‘Creating Age-Friendly communities in Greater Manchester’ Happy New Year and welcome to the January 2017 edition of Ambition for Ageing eNews If you know someone who would like to receive news from us you can share this link to the sign-up page.  If you have any feedback or age-friendly news, events, jobs or

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Would you like the opportunity to work with healthcare and public sector staff, to influence decision making and be involved in real change to health and wellbeing services in south Manchester?   We are looking for patient and voluntary and community sector representatives from across south Manchester to work

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