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November 18, 2016

Time to Shine’s first 100 blog posts

The Time to Shine website has passed an important milestone. We now have over 100 blog posts. Here’s to the next 100.

RAY: Digital Skills Volunteers needed for Thorner Internet cafe
RAY: Digital Skills Volunteers needed to run Internet Cafe in Collingham
Yorkshire Mediation: Restorative Justice
Our social research intern’s Evaluation Report of the ABCD approach in reducing social isolation
Community Correspondent: Coverage of IDOP (International Day of Older People) Community Events
Community Correspondent: Joyce Aveyard wrote to us about the Writing Back Penpal Programme
Community Correspondent: Sage Writing Workshop
Community Correspondent: City Snaps – Skippko Arts Project
Community Correspondent: The Fashionable Lounge’s Intergenerational Drama Project – City Varieties
Community Correspndent: Well Being Day Event – Rothwell & District Live at Home Scheme
Age Friendly Charter Launches
Evaluation of the Ageing Better Programme – Key Points and Discussion
Restorative Justice – Yorkshire Mediation
Community Social Worker – Bramley Elderly Action
Community Correspondent: Anne Spice on The Scribblers’ book launch and IDOP
Community Correspondent: Thamanna Trishna on Association of Blind Asians’ Carers Support Group
Job Opportunity: LGBT+ Community Development Worker
Become a Community Correspondent for Time to Shine – Latest Opportunities
Job Opportunity – Time to Shine Supporting Wellbeing Project Coordinator, Health for All Leeds
An update from Time to Shine’s social research intern
Learning Facilitation: Hanna Wilcock on Yoga for Older People in Leeds
Launch of the Age-Friendly Charter
Community Correspondent: Margaret Bell attends the Dementia Friendly performance of Anniversary
CIRCLE: Reducing isolation in later life through co-production
Leeds Homeshare
Community Correspondent: Jacqui Smith attends Blackthorn at West Yorkshire Playhouse
Loneliness and Me: Sharon’s Story
What’s New in Leeds: Farnley Friendly Faces, Young at Arts and Otley Action for Older People’s Day of Dance
IDOP: Storytelling workshop for LGBT people over 50 in Leeds – Sage
Community Correspondent: Delia Muir on dementia and caring
Anniversary – West Yorkshire Playhouse
Cara – Mary and Heather’s story
Valuing our skills – Armley Helping Hands
What’s new this week – 31 August
Time to Shine presentation from Leeds Older People’s Forum AGM
Loneliness and Me: Noleen’s story
Asset Based Community Development in Rural Yorkshire
Loneliness and Me: Maggie’s story
What’s New This Week?
Writing Back Penpal Programme
An Age-Friendly Pride!
Dementia is a lonely place
Time to Shine booklet of Delivery Partner projects
What is it like to be you?
Time to Shine “Celebrating Age” Arts Council Funding exploration meeting
Write for Better Lives
Check out Raat di Roti’s new project video
Time to Shine at Leeds Pride
Pauline’s Story – Volunteering with Age UK Leeds
Time to Shine at Kirkstall Festival
FREE WORKSHOP: Time to Shine Learning Disability Community Development Workshop
Time to Shine at Holbeck Gala
Leeds Pride Banner Making
Become a Community Correspondent for Time to Shine
Tea and Communications!
Time to Shine at Hunslet Gala
Focus Group Participants Needed!
AWOC Conference Reflections
Join us for Leeds Pride placard-making on 13th July
Learning Disability Community Development Project
Success stories from the Time to Shine BME Network
Loneliness and Me: Becky’s Story
Loneliness and Me: Ted’s Story
Volunteers’ Week: A volunteer’s experience of Shared Tables, More than a Mealtime
Time to Shine Stakeholder Survey
URGENT: LCF’s Small Funds ‘Funding Information Session’ is tomorrow
Time to Shine’s plans for the summer
Young at Arts: An Afternoon of Dance
OWLS are showing Bollywood films at Hyde Park Picture House
Dementia – a lonely place
Round Two of Small Funds Announced
Dying Matters Leeds – Death Cafe
Happy Birthday, Time to Shine
Young at Arts: Ten Weeks in Rothwell with West Yorkshire Playhouse
Time to Shine Poem Portraits
Sage are holding an open meeting on LGBTQ People and Faith
Time to Shine Needs YOU
Young at Arts: Memories of Dancing in Leeds
Walking with Confidence – Mary’s Story
Time to Shine celebrates the charity’s first year of partner projects that tackle loneliness among older people in Leeds
New Young at Arts Programming
“Sage,” the Time to Shine LGBT project launches
Time to Shine ‘Road Show’
Time to Shine Update – April 2016
Shared Tables
Happy LGBT* History Month!
Funded Research Opportunity
Yorkshire MESMAC and Age UK Leeds launch Older LGBT*Q Project
Want to Help with Time to Shine Communications?
Time to Shine is recruiting new members to the Core Partnership
The Age of Loneliness?
Hello From Hanna
Time to Shine Update – February 2016
Ageing Without Children: Report Launch
Young at Arts: First Ten Weeks’ Wrap-up
Chinese Seniors’ Project Launch Event
Time to Shine Update – January 2016
Time to Shine Update – December 2015
Time to Shine Learning Disability Community Development Project
Time To Shine Update – 27 November 2015