The latest updates from Time to Shine – June 2018

The latest updates from

Time to Shine

Making Leeds less lonely for older people

In this edition:

 

Three Years of Time to Shine

It’s hard to believe that it’s been three years since Time to Shine started. We’ve learned so much, reached so many people, but there is still so much to do. We marked the halfway point of the programme with a celebration at Leeds City Museum…
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Where’s Wally? At Kirkstall Abbey!

We’re on the hunt for Wallys If you spot any lost Wallys wandering around Leeds next weekend then point them in the direction of Kirkstall Abbey, where there’ll be striped jumpers and bobble hats all round. That’s where Kirkstall Valley…
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Time to Shine Student Placement: Reflections from Mackenzie

“My Name is Mackenzie and I work for the Leeds Older Peoples Forum” has been my catch phrase for the past 5 weeks whilst completing my University placement at Time to Shine.
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Centre for Ageing Better: Call for Practice

Centre for Ageing Better, as part of our review with Government, is looking for examples of inspiring practice that support more people in later life to make a contribution in their community. We particularly want to understand how to increase…
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And it’s Goodnight from Jim

I’m Administration and Communications Officer for Time to Shine and I’ve worked for Leeds Older People’s Forum for the best part of three years. After careful consideration I’ve decided to leave Time to Shine to pursue professional growth and work…
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