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January 27, 2022

Update: February 2022

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Communications Officer

Here is a brief selection of our recent work, and what we expect to be doing next month.

In January, among other activities, we have…

  • run a Wise Up to Ageism webinar for 150 Leeds City Council staff
  • published ‘Generations talking’, blog about Age Friendly Steering Group working with young people in the Preservative Party.
  • hosted a workshop of more than 50 people to help shape a new programme in partnership with Leeds Community Healthcare Trust
  • received the final set of monitoring info from Time To Shine delivery partners
  • planned the free, online conference – Collaboration and co-production: learning from Time To Shine – date for diary, mornings of 2-3 March
  • submitted an expression of interest for the Government’s Tackling loneliness with transport fund.

In February 2022, we expect to…

  • hold an Age Friendly Ambassador Get Together with guest Robina Ahmed to discuss LCC’s new Age Friendly strategy and action plan
  • launch the Dementia Enquirers survey from the Dementia Empowerment and Engagement (DEEP) group
  • visit Leeds Market to meet Market Management alongside members of the Age Friendly Steering Group
  • host a learning event looking at the Intergenerational work of Time to Shine partners
  • continue to wind down the work of the Time to Shine programme.

Rob Cook
Communications Officer, Time to Shine