Just A Number

Radio Clatterbridge listeners have heard how age is just a number at a local hub for older people.

Alan Miller and Tamzin Jones of Age UK Wirral popped into the studio to talk about the services at Meadowcroft in Bromborough.

Tamzin Jones and Alan Miller from Age UK Wirral

They told Coffee Club presenter Steve Evans how the centre provides services including dementia day care, respite and residential care and caters for up to 700 people a month

Tamzin Jones and Alan Miller from Age UK Wirral talk to Radio Clatterbridge by Radio Clatterbridge on Mixcloud

Age UK Wirral, which promotes the wellbeing of older people across the borough, also runs short courses about iPads, Android tablets & mobile phones.

Active Age Co-ordinator Tamzin Jones with Steve

"People generally over 50 can sometimes feel left behind with the advances in technology so computers and technology are something which that we continuously offer." - Tamzin Jones, Active Age Co-ordinator

There are pilates courses and, for the more energetic, there is even a salsa class!

For more information, please have a look at the Age UK Wirral website.

Wellbeing Navigator Alan Miller with Steve Evans

 

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