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MAR
02

Age-friendly Communities: shaping places to support healthy and active ageing

AUTHOR: ANGE JONES, AGE-FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES MANAGER AT THE CENTRE FOR AGEING BETTER


An Age-friendly Community is a place where people of all ages are able to live healthy and active later lives. It involves local groups, councils, businesses and residents all working together to identify and make changes in both the physical and social environments. This could be anything from transport and outdoor spaces to volunteering and employment or leisure and community services.

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FEB
24

NALC team up with the University of Plymouth for ground-breaking research on dementia

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The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) and the University of Plymouth (UoP) are to undertake ground-breaking research on dementia in local (parish and town) councils.

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FEB
19

Tory MP supports NALC on calls to waive business rates

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Ric Holden MP has supported the National Association of Local Councils (NALC) long campaign to end the dreaded toilet tax.

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FEB
14

NALC magazine cover star becomes chancellor of the exchequer

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Rishi Sunak MP, who did an exclusive interview with the National Association of Local Councils' (NALC) magazine, LCR, has been appointed as the new chancellor following a shock move in the cabinet reshuffle.

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FEB
14

NALC addresses commission on the future of local government

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The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) has addressed a commission looking at the future of local government, calling for a levelling up of local democracy to boost community power through the establishment of local (parish and town) councils across the whole country.

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FEB
13

NALC’s Spring Conference attracts top speakers on health and wellbeing 

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The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) announces today that Olivia Butterworth and Anna Calderwood from NHS England and Clare Pelham from the Epilepsy Society will speak at its Spring Conference on 17 March 2020. This year’s theme is health and wellbeing and is aimed at larger local (parish and town) councils.

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