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About LOPF
LOPF_Small_Web4The Leeds Older People’s Forum was established in March 1994 and has grown to a citywide membership of over 100 voluntary sector organisations working with older people across Leeds, including the Neighbourhood Network Schemes. All member organisations provide services dedicated to older people though they are not necessarily an older people’s organisation.
The latest update from Forum Central – the Third Sector network for Health and Care is available to download.
In it you will find an update on some of our work as well as key dates for your diary.
Forum Central Update

Third Sector Leeds – Health and Wellbeing Workshop

Tuesday 17 January, 2.30pm – 4.00pm at Stringer House.

Third Sector Leeds (TSL) will be hosting a workshop focusing on health and wellbeing on Tuesday 17 January from 2.30pm – 4.00pm at Stringer House.

The workshop, which will be presented by Forum Central* will explore how Leeds is addressing the challenges around health and wellbeing through the new Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) and the opportunities this presents for ongoing third sector involvement.

Every health and care system in England is required to produce an STP, showing how local services will evolve and become sustainable over the next five years – with the aim of delivering better health, better patient care and improved NHS efficiency. But the plans aren’t just about health – they’re about wider view of wellbeing and the determinants of health – in which the third sector already plays a key role in communities.

This workshop is open to anyone who has an interest in finding out more about the STP, contributing to this agenda and discussing how we as the third sector can continue to play a key role in supporting communities and individuals to stay healthy and well.

Please book a place today


Back in 2013 Leeds Older People’s Forum produced a publication called Generations Together in Leeds which highlighted some of the excellent inter-generational work in the city.

We are now planning on producing an updated (online only) version featuring different organisations and projects in order to highlight the continuing inter-generational work which goes on in Leeds and we are looking for organisations which would be interested in being involved.

You can read more on the Inter-generational page of this website

 LOPF Annual Report 2016

Our 2016 Annual Report is  available to download…all our own work and designed in-house!

Annual Report Cover

Click on the image above to download the LOPF 2016 Annual Report