The latest updates from Time to Shine – May 2017

The latest updates from

Time to Shine

Making Leeds less lonely for older people

In this edition:

Lights, Camera, Action!

Did you know? Time to Shine is building a collection of videos documenting our various projects. They’re a great way to show the impact delivery partners are making toward reducing social isolation around Leeds. So grab some…
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Food for Thought: Stories from Young at Arts

Time to Shine delivery partner Young at Arts recently launched a new programme called Food for Thought, and I was lucky enough to be invited to the first session. Approximately 15 people came along to Armley Real Junk Food Project. Working with…
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Case Study: Raat Di Roti, Sikh Elders Service – Touchstone

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Mall Walking – Now You’re Talking

Time to Shine had the pleasure of attending the White Rose Centre’s Mall Walkers Easter meet-up and had a fantastic time chatting to the people that take part. But what is Mall Walking I hear you cry? Well, Mall Walking is an idea that came over…
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Test and Learn: The unexpected stigma of kindness?

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Stop the press!​

One of our Community Correspondent’s pieces for Time to Shine has made it into print with Yorkshire Reporter and we’re very proud of them. The piece about the development of Luxulele, Pudsey’s own community ukulele band, was seen on the Time to…
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Opportunity to host Sage training

Sage invites potential hosts for their one-day training session. The training course is free and is for any professional, volunteer or trustee who may come into contact with older LGBT people and/or who want to improve their services to LGBT older…
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Recent Articles:

Funding Opportunity: Round 4 of Small Funds
Cara Cinema Club on the road in Farnley
Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness
Meetup: Another Way for Over 50s to Get Connected
Latest Small Funds Projects

 

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