Positive Ageing: Upcoming workshops and open days


This area has a large population aged over 65 and being able to use smart phones and the internet is a great way of addressing isolation and making people independent. Please see below Information of upcoming events, for members and friends of the Positive Ageing Council. 

Digital Champion Training event

HiWe are running a free Digital Champion training and networking event on Wednesday 6th July for any individuals and organisations that are involved in supporting people to use computers and the internet. It would be great to have a pool of people who wold be willing to be local digital champions and help people with their phones or that tablet they were given for Christmas or a birthday.  It is was a lovely experience for to be shown a video of a woman’s grandchild on her smart phone – priceless.  Anyone interested in doing the training on 6th July please book via this link. F feel free to share.

Contact Liam Barnes for further details. | Partnership & Delivery Manager | Go-On Lewisham | Tel: 020 8314 3783 | Mob: 07392 191272

Liam.barnes@lewisham.gov.uk | www.lewisham.gov.uk


First Annual Charity BBQ and Disco in aid of Ageing Well in Lewisham
When: Saturday 21 May, from 6.30pm
Where: Catford Cricket and Sports Ground The Pavilion, Penerley Road, Catford, SE6 2LQ
How: Tickets must be bought in advance and are available by calling: 020 8698 3735 / 07538 327441
Everybody is welcome to join us for this fun evening. All proceeds from the event go to support the great work of Ageing Well in Lewisham and help develop their programme of befriending sessions for older people in Lewisham. .

Ageing Well in Lewisham is a small registered charity, founded in 1999, that provides support and befriending services to people aged 50+ living in south Lewisham in south east London. A small staff team provides individual support to help people access services that will improve their quality of life and help them to maintain their independence living in their own home. We assist clients to access transport to enable older people to attend tutor led groups in their local community where they can share an activity, learn a new skill or join an exercise group and make new friends, helping to reduce social isolation and improve their physical and mental health and quality of life.

The Diamond Club is holding its annual open day and Spring Fayre
When: Tuesday 24 May, 11am–4pm,
Where: Hartley Hall, Holy Cross Church, Culverley Road, SE6 2LD.
There will be arts and crafts, bric a brac, fancy goods, cakes and preserves, fundraising bingo, raffles, auction and more.

The Diamond Club is a well-established social group for 60 older people whose aim is to promote health and wellbeing and reduce isolation through fun-filled activities designed to keep minds and bodies active. For more information contact Lesley Allen on 07729 785 843.

Thank you all

Lucy Form

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