As a part of the Brighton & Hove Older People’s Festival 2017, local community development charity the Trust for Developing Communities (TDC) is inviting over 50s from around the city to the showing of a short film followed by a discussion with Councillor Mo Marsh, Mayor of Brighton & Hove.
The film has been made by TDC Community Development Workers and consists of interviews with people aged over 50 who are making a positive difference in their communities across Brighton & Hove.
TDC project manager Lyndsay Macadam says ”The theme of this year’s Older People’s Festival is about recognising the talents and contributions of older people and we thought it would be fantastic to capture on film some of the older people in our communities talking about the work they do and to ask them why they do it.”
After the film, attendees will be treated to tea and cake and will be invited to join in a discussion with the Mayor of Brighton & Hove to talk about the contribution older people make to the city. The event is open to all over 50s, entry is free and prior booking is requested by phone or by email.
Thursday 5th October 10:30 – 12:30
Brighthelm Centre Auditorium, North Road, Brighton, BN1 1YD
Open to all over 50s – Free Entry
To book or for further detail contact: 01273 262220 or email@example.com
About TDC (Trust for Developing Communities)
TDC are a Community Development charity working across Brighton & Hove. A special area of their work is around supporting older people themselves to develop groups and activities based on their needs and developing their capacity as volunteers. Our Community Participation Workers with Older People work citywide and are based at extra care schemes in Coldean, Eastern Road and Peacehaven
Recent work has involved building the Dementia Action Alliance with partners across the city and helping to train people and organisations to become more dementia friendly.