International Day of Older Persons

The Age-friendly Cheshire West Partnership has arranged a week of events to celebrate the UN’s International Day of Older Persons.

These events will take place in six libraries across the borough from 2-6 October, and have the theme of ‘celebrating the past, present and future of where you live’.

The drop-in events take place at:

They will feature old photographs and maps of each area, courtesy of Cheshire Archives and Heritage team, for residents to look at over tea, coffee and cake.

There will also be a chance for people to share views about the future of the borough to help shape the Borough Plan for 2024-28.

Residents can also learn more about iPad hire and digital device training sessions offered by libraries and find out about classes and memberships offered by Brio Leisure, and the benefits of exercise and socialising as we get older.

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